Title

Sunlight give me life

Lead Author Major

Graphic Design

Lead Author Status

5th year Senior

Format

Senior Art and Design Exhibition

Faculty Mentor Name

Maree Lee

Faculty Mentor Email

Mlee2@pacific.edu

Faculty Mentor Department

Art & Graphic Design

Abstract/Artist Statement

Sunrise only comes once a day and unless you plan on waking up at 6am or so chances are you never get to see it. As a photographer, I like to document things that most people wouldn’t get to see. In “Sunlight, Give Me Life,” I have created a time lapse of the sunrise over the Calaveras River. What a sight to behold!

As the sunlight first starts to illuminate the sky, the life of a new day begins with a quiet chirp from a single bird. This chirp acts as an alarm clock for all the other birds in the area and sets into motion a medley of bird chirping music. Once the sun works its way up into the sky and touches your skin, a warm tingle creeps over the body. The energy of the sun cracks threw the horizon and sets fire to the earth. The sun burns off the fog from the river and reveals the water. Watch and listen as I try to capture the beauty of the morning sunrise over the Calaveras River.

Location

Reynolds Gallery

Start Date

23-4-2017 6:00 PM

End Date

12-5-2017 6:00 PM

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Sunlight give me life

Reynolds Gallery

Sunrise only comes once a day and unless you plan on waking up at 6am or so chances are you never get to see it. As a photographer, I like to document things that most people wouldn’t get to see. In “Sunlight, Give Me Life,” I have created a time lapse of the sunrise over the Calaveras River. What a sight to behold!

As the sunlight first starts to illuminate the sky, the life of a new day begins with a quiet chirp from a single bird. This chirp acts as an alarm clock for all the other birds in the area and sets into motion a medley of bird chirping music. Once the sun works its way up into the sky and touches your skin, a warm tingle creeps over the body. The energy of the sun cracks threw the horizon and sets fire to the earth. The sun burns off the fog from the river and reveals the water. Watch and listen as I try to capture the beauty of the morning sunrise over the Calaveras River.