• Banners, triangles and fire 

        Author(s):Lovett, Kimberly Laurice
        Date Submitted:1992
        My work celebrates the ritual of making art. When I work, I touch and taste each thread; the needle becomes part of my fingers as I make the marks that contain my thoughts and memories. The act of sewing allows me to exist ...
      • Figurative portraits/prints and paintings 

        Author(s):Anderson, Douglas P.
        Date Submitted:1992
        The human figure possesses all the forms, lines and shapes found in nature. What differentiates it from inanimate objects is that it also possesses a spirit and psychological presence. It is for this reason I choose to ...
      • Objects and interiors 

        Author(s):Hanna, Ayn
        Date Submitted:1992
        I am attracted to the object/mechanical forms of typewriters, vacuums, lanterns and irons because they are part of my personal world and they have an implied human presence. I see them not only as figurative, but also as ...
      • Drawings and monotypes 

        Author(s):O'Donnell, Mark A.
        Date Submitted:1992
        THE DRAWINGS: My drawings make clearer, through the process, an easily over complicated message. Recently I have discovered that at the heart of my work all along was my obsession with a single form or shape. Often these ...
      • Stitched cloth 

        Author(s):Aviks, Ilze Anita
        Date Submitted:1992
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      • Views from a path 

        Author(s):Weisz, Madeline
        Date Submitted:1992
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      • Still lifes: the transformation of the everyday 

        Author(s):Lopez, Wendy Kathleen
        Date Submitted:1992
        What I find of particular interest is the transformation of the mundane. Through this series of still life paintings, I convey an acceptance of and love for everyday life -- life not characterized by memorable events, but ...
      • Road: poetry in painted landscape, A 

        Author(s):Haskins, David
        Date Submitted:1992
        Landscapes reflected through the passing of time, light that is real "now", is only a memory a second later. Those memories that catch my mind's eye are what I attempt to hold, to examine, to understand through the painting ...