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Heise works on her art in the Chico Paper Company gallery. Photo credit: Caitlyn Young

Artist Ellen Heise brings landscape scenes to life

Caitlyn Young // October 9, 2017

Landscape paintings are very beautiful, but at times can all seem very similar. Artist and Chico State alumna Ellen Heise creates landscapes that have their own flavor. She creates more than just a landscape...

Kathryn Silvera torches the resin. Torching moves the pigments around, as well as popping the bubbles. Photo credit: Sophia Robledo-Borowy

Kathryn Silvera pours heart in resin art

Julia Maldonado // September 27, 2017

From concept to creation, Chico State alumna Kathryn Silvera crafted a swirl of light blue-and-pink hues and glittery rose-gold flakes right before our eyes at Chico Paper Company. Carefully measuring...

Chico State alumnus Jake Early stands next to some of the prints he created for his My Hometown collection on display at Chico Paper Company. Photo credit: Kristen Moran

Jake Early: printmaker, proud Chicoan

Kristen Moran // October 14, 2014
The Chico State alumnus and printmaker released the final piece of his "My Hometown" series Friday. In honor of the artist's remarkable creative contributions to Chico, Mayor Scott Gruendl declared Friday Jake Early Day at the unveiling.
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