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In repeat : scars, structures and surfaces
This body of work investigates the veiling and revealing of physical and emotional scars. A link is made between these kinds of scarring by observing the structured space that the body provides for the psyche. While equating ...
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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 ...
Threads in common
Contributor:Nakoa, Elizabeth J.
There is a complex and alluring involvement resulting from the printing of reductive and multiple wood blocks that I am currently exploring. My imagery frequently involves the formal structural elements of the grid combined ...
Acts of Emergence
Contributor:LaBarre, Sarah E.
In my thesis installation Acts of Emergence, impressions of memory and past experiences emerge from canvas through layers of stain and stitch. Each piece suggests a fragment of memory--real and imagined. Several dozen ...
Taylor Landry : capstone
The artist's statement: Often, I find myself stopped in the street, observing how perfectly composed the caution tape floating in a leaf strewn puddle over a break in the curb appears. What conspired for everything to come ...
Erin Bolte : capstone
The artist's statement: I create work that draws on the historic traditions of fiber art while pushing towards forms that ease the ennui. Every piece starts as a series of strings that build up with intention over time ...
Abigail Galvin : capstone
The artist's statement: Through documentation or metaphor, I seek to understand how both our sense of agency and our sense of restriction are deeply tied to an awareness of our own bodies. The result of this process is two ...
Tristan Lee : capstone
The artist's statement: Plastic Wastelands encompasses my perspective on current environmental issues depicting oil fracking, water pollution, and an overall sense of fear in abstracted sculptural forms. My use of polypropylene ...
Jeri Nichols-Park : capstone
The artist's statement: Having experimented with many media, techniques, and materials, my art has continued to evolve over many years. My “go-to” tool has always been pencil, easy to use, easy to erase, easy to make ...