Recent Submissions

  • Heather Matthews: capstone 

    Artist(s):Matthews, Heather
    Date Issued:2020
    Format:born digital; Student works
    The artist's statement: Reflection, reverence, relationship—Again and again, these underlying themes rise to the surface in my work. - Reflection on my experiences as I engage with my environment, people around me, and ...
  • Sienna Bosch: capstone 

    Artist(s):Bosch, Sienna
    Date Issued:2020
    Format:born digital; Student works
    The artist's statement: My work seeks to understand and give value to the individual as it becomes a part of the whole. In weaving, I'm drawn to the process of using thousands of individual strands of yarn to create a ...
  • Shay Trettin: capstone 

    Artist(s):Trettin, Shay
    Date Issued:2019
    Format:born digital; Student works
    The artist's statement: My artwork is a combination of mediums: printmaking, illustration, traditional drawing, sculpting, and textile arts. Using these different mediums my work confronts the subject matters of our natural ...
  • Hannah Van Belkum: capstone 

    Artist(s):Van Belkum, Hannah
    Date Issued:2019
    Format:born digital; Student works
    The artist's statement: My work explores how photographs act as a capsule of memory, story, and relationships. I examine the ideas of the intangibility of memory versus the physical proof of a memory captured in a photograph. ...
  • Brieanna Hirsheimer: capstone 

    Artist(s):Hirsheimer, Brieanna
    Date Issued:2019
    Format:born digital; Student works
    The artist's statement: My work in fibers displays two very distinct approaches. My first discipline as an artist was painting, and when I began working in fibers, I struggled with bringing my 2D thoughts into 3D through ...
  • Joanna Hanneman: capstone 

    Artist(s):Hanneman, Joanna
    Date Issued:2019
    Format:born digital; Student works
    The artist's statement: My work in fibers has become a means of self-reflection and discovery after the passing of my father during the summer of 2019. My process is working towards giving a physical vessel to the feelings ...
  • Tristan Lee: capstone 

    Artist(s):Lee, Tristan
    Date Issued:2017
    Format:born digital; Student works
    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 ...
  • Taylor Landry: capstone 

    Artist(s):Landry, Taylor
    Date Issued:2017
    Format:born digital; Student works
    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 

    Artist(s):Bolte, Erin
    Date Issued:2017
    Format:born digital; Student works
    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 ...
  • Maddie Shackelford: capstone 

    Artist(s):Shackelford, Maddie
    Date Issued:2017
    Format:born digital; Student works
    The artist's statement: There used to be an uncomfortable tension between art and craft. That pressure has since dissipated and been replaced with a new tension - that between art and design. Arguably art and design have ...
  • Abigail Galvin: capstone 

    Artist(s):Galvin, Abigail
    Date Issued:2016
    Format:born digital; Student works; digital moving image formats
    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 ...
  • Alyson Crist: capstone 

    Artist(s):Crist, Alyson
    Date Issued:2016
    Format:Student works
    The artist's statement: By challenging the division between the realm of memory and the realm of practice, I have attempted to create work with a fascination of content and an adamant attitude towards conceptual art. ...
  • Gabrielle de la Torre: capstone 

    Artist(s):de la Torre, Gabrielle
    Date Issued:2016
    Format:Student works
    The artist's statement: Growing up, I learned that each day was a day to celebrate. My family made every day special. They showed me that we could celebrate people, events, and stories. Within my faith life, the Catholic ...
  • Jeri Nichols-Park: capstone 

    Artist(s):Nichols-Park, Jeri
    Date Issued:2014
    Format:Student works
    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 ...
  • Kimberly Saye: capstone 

    Artist(s):Saye, Kimberly
    Date Issued:2013
    Format:Student works
    The artist's statement: My visual interests tend to lean towards vibrant, cool colors and subtle patterns. I also make my works bold and stand out, as well. My point of view as an artist is to create works that are pleasing ...
  • Chelsea Lofquist: capstone 

    Artist(s):Lofquist, Chelsea
    Date Issued:2013
    Format:Student works
    The artist's statement: I believe that art is often an experiment. I am inspired by fluid colors, interesting shapes and patterns, and the push and pull between soft and sharp, cold and warm, metal and fabric.
  • Gena Wasilewski: capstone 

    Artist(s):Wasilewski, Gena
    Date Issued:2015
    Format:Student works
    The artist's statement: Even when I was young, I thought this world was beyond extraordinary. The neighborhood band of kids and I would discover and conjure up grandiose adventures worthy of story books in our green and ...
  • Nanette Bertoni: capstone 

    Artist(s):Bertoni, Nanette
    Date Issued:2015
    Format:Student works
    The artist's statement: When I was young, leaving the ocean after a family trip gave me a sense of emptiness. The ocean represents serenity and contentment. My work speaks of this wonderful and somewhat elusive world. I ...
  • Holly Sargent: capstone 

    Artist(s):Sargent, Holly
    Date Issued:2015
    Format:Student works
    The artist's statement: My art is inspired by my spiritual relationship with Jesus Christ. I don't expect everyone that encounters my work to understand the theology of what I am expressing, but I spend my creative efforts ...
  • Jennie Maydew: capstone 

    Artist(s):Maydew, Jennie
    Date Issued:2015
    Format:Student works
    The artist's statement: All color in my work is derived from non-edible plants that I have harvested by hand. I am drawn to the slow and intimate process of searching, collecting, storing, and preparing as a contrast to ...

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