It’s a pretty cool thing to be able to see people’s actual art work being displayed to us on campus. I do feel lucky when I see people’s art work. This week I met Jane Weibel who is 30 years old and has been at CSULB for two years and has one year left. She resides in Downtown LA. Her inspiration for her art work was three photos she found of her childhood in which she tried to recreate in her gallery. The gallery her artwork was in was Max L Gatov West. She said she wanted to recreate the pictures to the best of her ability so she would not forget the moments she had lived with her family. It also signified how we all have glimpses of our memories not full memories of our childhood. And the fact that she can’t fully remember these memories gives her anxiety and so much tension. She also has been thinking about her family a lot because a family member recently passed away from Alzehemiers. I loved how passionate and sentimental she is about her art and how she brings so much emotion into it. I can literally feel all the emotions she feels when she spoke about her art work. Her Instagram is @janemargarette. In the end, her art work was made because she wanted to really cherish those moments with her family.