Recent Submissions

  • Saskia Becker : capstone 

    Contributor:Becker, Saskia
    Date Submitted:2019
    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 often inform and inspire ...
  • Dylan Trinkner : capstone 

    Contributor:Trinkner, Dylan
    Date Submitted:2018
    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 and underlying origin ...
  • Aryn Benavides : capstone 

    Contributor:Benavides, Aryn
    Date Submitted:2018
    My work has a heavy emphasis on language and the use of the written word within art to comment on social issues. It is meant to expose contradictions of what we perceive as good, bad, and uncomfortable, also while revealing ...
  • Kennedy Lindsay : capstone 

    Contributor:Lindsay, Kennedy
    Date Submitted:2018
    Ambiguity is very important to my work, it’s important to me that the audience draws their own conclusions to what they are seeing, rather than relying on an artist statement to tell them everything, in fact I implore the ...
  • Grace Kennison : capstone 

    Contributor:Kennison, Grace
    Date Submitted:2018
    As an artist I have become interested in exploring the feminine experience and feminist theory in ways that speak authentically to living and growing as a woman. I have creatively explored feminist discourse for the past ...
  • Sage Sullivan : capstone 

    Contributor:Sullivan, Sage
    Date Submitted:2018
    My work is about domesticity but it isn't feminine. My drawings communicate by using domestic themes and concepts of the family. By creating types of spaces that would commonly be found in a stereo-typical American family ...
  • Sydney Mann : capstone 

    Contributor:Mann, Sydney
    Date Submitted:2018
    My work often revolves around the theme of hurting and healing, whether that be emotional, physical, spiritual, or mental. I pull from my own experiences, and the collective experience of humanity. This hurting and healing ...
  • Cesar Ita : capstone 

    Contributor:Ita, Cesar
    Date Submitted:2017
    My interest in drawing comes from the passion I have for representing the subtle yet distinct varieties of color and line through the use of varied media, especially colored pencil, acrylic, and ink on paper. Color and ...
  • Daniel Guerrette : capstone 

    Contributor:Guerrette, Daniel
    Date Submitted:2017
    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 structure. In my art I seek ...
  • Nicoletta Simone : capstone 

    Contributor:Simone, Nicoletta
    Date Submitted:2017
    As an Italian-American who grew up in Italy and is now living in the United States, my work deals with the challenge of balancing between cultures. Of feeling unrecognized but also having to prove culture. In my work I ...
  • Jamie Thompson : capstone 

    Contributor:Thompson, Jamie
    Date Submitted:2017
    A collection of the works of art created through my time in Colorado State University's "Advanced Drawing Program." As I’ve grown in the years, my exploration and work seeks to understand what influences myself, my mind, ...
  • Jenna Billica : capstone 

    Contributor:Billica, Jenna
    Date Submitted:2017
    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 be a presence in my life. ...
  • Jory Heyn : capstone 

    Contributor:Heyn, Jory
    Date Submitted:2017
    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 world around us, make sense ...
  • Abigail Galvin : capstone 

    Contributor:Galvin, Abigail
    Date Submitted:2016
    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 interrelated series of ...
  • Hannah Tracy : capstone 

    Contributor:Tracy, Hannah
    Date Submitted:2016
    Drawing is a science. It is a careful and spontaneous search through critical observation, process, and mark making. For the last couple years I have become involved with art concerning environmental awareness, education, ...
  • Holly Nordeck : capstone 

    Contributor:Nordeck, Holly
    Date Submitted:2016
    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 driving. This curiosity leads ...
  • Reanna Nelson : capstone 

    Contributor:Nelson, Reanna
    Date Submitted:2016
    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 and management decisions ...
  • Devan Kallas : capstone 

    Contributor:Kallas, Devan
    Date Submitted:2016
    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 of the temporary. I am ...
  • Lacey Bashford : capstone 

    Contributor:Bashford, Lacey
    Date Submitted:2016
    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 manifest through our ...
  • Stetson Hamilton : capstone 

    Contributor:Hamilton, Stetson
    Date Submitted:2016
    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 by the farming and ranching ...

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