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Hyang Jin Cho: capstone
The artist's statement: I have been interested in visualizing social consciousness in specific forms and structures which associate with historical events and human experiences. My current installation pieces examine female ...
Holly Sargent: capstone
The artist's statement: My art is inspired by my spiritual relationship with Jesus Christ. I don't expect everyone that encounters my work to understand the theology of what I am expressing, but I spend my creative efforts ...
Jeremy A. Greene: capstone
The artist's statement: I paint beautiful things for people to look at. The world is too dull a place, and I am bringing a level of excitement to the table that is unparalleled by any computer or the idea of mass production. ...
Kim Tran: capstone
The artist's statement: As a woman of color and graphic designer, I feel responsible to express and incorporate diversity and experiences into my works. I enjoy being able to relate to other pieces and feel a connection ...
Matthew Weiderspon: capstone
The artist's statement: Presence imagined environment experience sacred strength contemplation real self object everyday vulnerability action and (is) the structures in-between - mediated meditations awakenings light, ...
Maggie Christensen: capstone
The artist's statement: While studying at Colorado State University, I have grown to develop a process and style that is my own. I discovered my style by combining different sources of media and allowing myself to experiment ...
Alex Gianopoulos: capstone
The artist's statement: My work is at its deepest root a reflection of my growth as a student and a person at Colorado State University. I put everything I have into my art and at the end of any given project I have grown ...
Hayley Davis: capstone
The artist's statement: Working with fiber-based arts has always felt natural to me. I find myself drawn to the comforting familiarity found in cloth and thread, while simultaneously having the capability to convey my ...
Modernism and post modernism: the debate seen through the paintings of Pat Steir and Joan Snyder
Author(s):Ryan, Helene Englander
Eva Hesse and Magdalena Abakanowicz: their relationships to paradox and soft materials
Author(s):McMurtry, Amy J.