Watercolors of Valerie Galindo
Valerie Galindo received an associates degree from Boise Junior College in 1965, a bachelors in fine arts from Boise State University in 1984, and a masters in art education from BSU in 1986. She taught art classes as a special lecturer at Boise State from 1985 until 1994, and from 1988 to 1994 was also gallery director for the Art Department.
This collections consists of eight watercolors of scenes at Boise State University, probably painted in the 1980s, and all 11 x 14 inches. The circumstances and date of their transfer to the Library are unknown. For many years they were kept with the University Archives poster collection; they were designated a manuscript collection in 2004.
1. Administration Building, from the Business plaza, with Bronco sculpture in foreground.
2. Administration Building, north front.
3. Memorial Fountain and Hemingway Center, from Business plaza.
4. Ivy wall
5. Three people on the benches in the pine grove, north side of Library.
6. Classroom scene, male professor and female student at blackboard.
7. Three female graduates in cap and gown.
8. Male student at television control board