Windes has collaborated with the Student Arts Program at California State University, Long Beach (CSULB) to create the Windes Corporate Gallery Award, which is presented semiannually to a graduate student in the program. This award recognizes exceptional artists enrolled in the graduate level Studio Arts Program at CSULB.
Windes has a long-standing tradition of community involvement and the Corporate Gallery Award is intended to actively encourage and support these art students and their work. By showcasing these artists’ work in a corporate setting, our hope is to bring awareness and appreciation of the cultural and creative contributions that artists make to our communities to enhance, beautify, and inspire.
Our awardee is Alice Andreini with her painting “Pie in the Sky.” Alice’s painting is a visually stunning and masterful work utilizing complex forms, texture and color. The viewer is drawn into the surreal landscape to contemplate the interaction between constructed patterns and natural elements.
Alice received a Bachelor of Art in Theater from Oberlin College in Ohio, a Masters of Fine Art in Production Design and Technology from Ohio University, and will complete a Masters of Fine Art in Drawing and Painting from CSULB this year. Alice currently teaches perspective drawing at Norco Community College and has taught art and design classes at CSULB, The Art Institute of California, Huntington Beach High School, and the Orange County High School of the Arts. In 2016, Alice was a recipient of the Marilyn Werby Endowed Scholarship. She has also been selected by the faculty of the CSULB College of the Arts to receive the 2017 College of the Arts Distinguished Achievement in Creative Activity Award.
Windes is pleased to congratulate Alice on receiving this award.
For questions or more information about the artist, please contact Carolyn De Baca at email@example.com or toll free at 844.4WINDES (844.494.6337).