• Twenty-four prints 

        Author(s):Hickel, Joseph Scott
        Date Submitted:1989
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      • Woven places 

        Author(s):Ackles, Sharla Fell
        Date Submitted:1989
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      • Vinculum rigor 

        Author(s):Herold, Susan Smallwood
        Date Submitted:1989
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      • Prints and sculpture 

        Author(s):Gilhooly, Barbara Marie
        Date Submitted:1989
        The source of my work comes from a strong background in drawing. My subject matter is secondary to the constant need to draw. The choice to make prints is an obvious one because I feel printmaking is the direct result of ...
      • Masks and transformations 

        Author(s):Smalley, Lowell K.
        Date Submitted:1989
        I use the mask as a vehicle to carry the symbols I feel call attention to the metaphors which best represent my philosophy of life. Inspired by my studies of Ancient American (Mayan and Anasazi) art and archaeology, I use ...
      • Vessels 

        Author(s):McLerran, Jennifer
        Date Submitted:1989
        My artwork serves as a means of exploration of ideas and of representations of experience. I choose to deal with symbols because, as carriers of meaning in the context of various cultures, symbols afford an exploration of ...
      • It's gonna take a lot of love to get us through the advertisements 

        Author(s):Foskin, Keith Louis
        Date Submitted:1989
        My paintings identify and enact the moment when perception, shaped by cultural images collides with experience. Through the recreation of this moment my paintings illuminate unrealistic or stereotypical points of view. ...
      • Nothing stays unchanged 

        Author(s):Kim, Unmi
        Date Submitted:1989
        The concepts of time and memory have been the dominant influence in my work for a number of years. The two are inextricably linked to the reality in which we live and the manner in which we perceive that reality. It was ...