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Someone who looks like me
Contributor:Toppin, Ayn K.
Thematically, my paintings reflect the life long struggle of coming to terms with self-identity. The process of creating art enables me to navigate the complexities of identity while examining the connection this has to ...
Origin and expansion
Contributor:Vaeth, Sarah R. J.
This work has its source in the internal landscape, constructed out of memory, dream, psychological propulsion and inhibition. It is fundamentally my autobiography, in which I use the language of pictorial space to create ...
Pool of forms : speed and painterly economy
This paper is a chronological examination of paintings, drawings, and prints of swimmers completed over a three-year period. Explanation is given on why swimmers have become a concrete fixture in my art making process. The ...
Untitled : pottery and drawing
Contributor:Veerkamp, Patrick B.
My work originates from the personal experience and perception of the dichotomous nature of reality. My concern is with the interface of this twofold state. Metaphorically, I am exploring a hypothetical line of demarcation ...
Contributor:Scott, Stanley James
The darker facets of human nature drive my work. The figures you see in these prints and drawings are very real depictions of, and responses to, internal conflict. These figures offer the viewer a deeper level of understanding ...
Vital force, The
Contributor:Square, Vicki Lambert
In a discussion of my work my inclination would be to focus in on my use of light. Most probably the reason for this is that using a strong light source, most often sunlight, is always a conscious decision in my work. In ...
Cut with your eyes, glue with 'em too
In the mode of postmodernism, my work attempts to create a meta-narrative by using elements of the larger, grander, and delusional narrative of our American experience. I am interested in exploring the effects of experience ...
Holly Nordeck : capstone
The artist's statement: My work seems to always trace back to American roadsides. I find my thought process and ideas always arise when I am forced to commute. I am constantly curious about objects I pass by when I am ...
Duncan Parks : capstone
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Lacey Bashford : capstone
The artist's statement: My work finds its roots in the expression of what has been, what is, and what will be. It resolves itself in an inspection of the human experience; past, present and future, and the effects that ...