• Daniella Riggins: capstone 

        Artist(s):Riggins, Daniella
        Date Issued:2013
        Format:Student works
        The artist's statement: My works spotlight hues that blend, complement and dance with one another, mimicking the way that visual memories skitter across the mind in an array of colors. Focusing on the chemistry of color, ...
      • Amber Witzke: capstone 

        Artist(s):Witzke, Amber
        Date Issued:2013
        Format:Student works
        The artist's statement: Rather than depending on synthetic dyes, I carefully gather bark, flowers, and leaves in hopes that they will share their beautiful hues and shapes with my fabrics; these fabrics then become screens ...
      • Kimberly Orrell: capstone 

        Artist(s):Orrell, Kimberly
        Date Issued:2013
        Format:Student works
        The artist's statement: As a fiber artist, I am drawn to domestic textiles because they reference tradition and lineage; they tell the story of our daily lives. The materials I work with are the type of things found in ...
      • Victoria Arias: capstone 

        Artist(s):Arias, Victoria
        Date Issued:2013
        Format:Student works
        The artist's statement: As an artist I try to create pieces that contain elements of fantasy yet are cathartic in nature. I use textures and colors reminiscent of dream states to convey subconscious emotions, to help put ...
      • 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 ...
      • David Pipinich: capstone 

        Artist(s):Pipinich, David
        Date Issued:2013
        Format:Student works
        The artist's statement: Textile art involves great deal of precision and detail work, which is something I try to showcase in my weavings. I try to express the humor that I find in everyday life, using fascinating colors ...
      • 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.
      • Allison Sheldon: capstone 

        Artist(s):Sheldon, Allison
        Date Issued:2013
        Format:Student works
        The artist's statement: A blue whale has a heart the size of a VW beetle. This piece of trivia has stuck with me since I was a child. Yes, I understood that whales are very large, but when I imagine a pulsing heart in place ...