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Saskia Becker : capstone
The artist's statement: Through the medium of painting, I am exploring the subconscious and the phenomenon of dreaming. As an artist, I am intrigued by the endless labyrinths in the universe and my mind. My dreams will ...
Dylan Trinkner : capstone
The artist's statement: In the macro, these works exist in constant dialogue, a continual state of revolution based both on and from the concept of chance; a concept which transcends our existence and is found as an active ...
Jory Heyn : capstone
The artist's statement: I'm an explorer. I want to explore what's new to me to obtain more tools in my repertoire of skills and knowledge. Searching for knowledge is a basic human instinct. We want to make sense of our ...
Amanda Thomas : capstone
The artist's statement: My artwork is an attempt to find spiritual order in an ever chaotic and imperfect world. My work tends to focus on control and stability, however in more recent works I have learned to embrace the ...
Daniel Guerrette : capstone
The artist's statement: My work is largely centered on our cultures willful ignorance of the impact we have on the world. It is meant to show the disjunction between our cultural ideals and the reality of our social ...
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 ...
Jenna Billica : capstone
The artist's statement: The focus of my current series of art is sources of my experiences with social anxiety. My works have centered on anxiety for the last two years and it remains of interest to me as it continues to ...
Reanna Nelson : capstone
The artist's statement: I am interested in the complex interactions we have with the landscape around us. The metaphorical meeting places between humans and our environment – the connections we form with the land, the use ...
Stetson Hamilton : capstone
The artist's statement: The cowboy way of life is a piece of our history as a nation, and it is still important as a continuing way of life today. Industrial economic growth and expansion were spearheaded in many regards ...
Devan Kallas : capstone
The artist's statement: My works are tied together by the line of intimacies and are deducted by the space of neglect. They take various forms and range in topic but all stem from a sense of self and emphasize importance ...