Recent Submissions

  • Elizabeth Lessard: capstone 

    Artist(s):Lessard, Elizabeth
    Date Issued:2022
    Format:born digital; Student works
    The artist's statement: My current body of work is wheel thrown place settings for the table. Each are based on different historical or traditional ceramic forms. I look for pots that I find striking: an unusual form, an ...
  • Chloe Cecil: capstone 

    Artist(s):Cecil, Chloe
    Date Issued:2022
    Format:born digital; Student works
    The artist's statement: My journey as a potter began when I took my first ceramics class in my undergraduate studies at Colorado State University. An assignment that was based on recreating historical forms pulled me into ...
  • Kate Zynda: capstone 

    Artist(s):Zynda, Kate
    Date Issued:2021
    Format:born digital; Student works
    The artist's statement: 1. Chair: a physical object that provides a place of support for a human body. 2. Sculpture: to make or represent, through action of process, a two- or three-dimensional object made of any material. ...
  • Anne Geisz: capstone 

    Artist(s):Geisz, Anne
    Date Issued:2021
    Format:born digital; Student works
    The artist's statement: My work seeks to understand and represent fractions of the human form. So often, we focus on our inner experiences and thoughts instead of the impact of our physical bodies and their actions. Each ...
  • Wren Macdonald: capstone 

    Artist(s):Macdonald, Wren
    Date Issued:2021
    Format:born digital; Student works
    The artist's statement: I have been searching for a sort of quietness in my work, like that of a person-less forest, or of a small beetle crawling across soil, or of a wary deer - because I think my mind is most often loud ...
  • Gianna Santucci: capstone 

    Artist(s):Santucci, Gianna
    Date Issued:2021
    Format:born digital; Student works
    The artist's statement: As an artist I have always been interested in the magical and the weird. Nature has been a powerful force in my life, and I have always associated nature with the idea of enchantment, strangeness, ...
  • Kailee Bosch: capstone 

    Artist(s):Bosch, Kailee
    Date Issued:2020
    Format:born digital; Student works
    The artist's statement: My practice as a maker began at the lathe. As a child, working in my fathers studio, I learned to make small functional objects: spinning tops, bowls, and the like. I grew up making and thinking ...
  • Kelsey Hartmann: capstone 

    Artist(s):Hartmann, Kelsey
    Date Issued:2019
    Format:born digital; Student works
    The artist's statement: My work is heavily focused on how the varying environment and multi-step process of a firing can affect the outcome of the work. It reflects my deeper search for how the environment we live in shapes ...
  • Lauren Briese: capstone 

    Artist(s):Briese, Lauren
    Date Issued:2019
    Format:born digital; Student works
    The artist's statement: "Generating Texture" Texture is all around us. The ground we walk on is shaped by repetition of physical movements. When working with ceramics, touch - the impression of a fingertip - creates texture. ...
  • Kern Tamkun: capstone 

    Artist(s):Tamkun, Kern
    Date Issued:2019
    Format:born digital; Student works
    The artist's statement: I am fond of objects and how they percolate within our lives on a level that is often unacknowledged. Pots can expand our dialogue within communities, relationships, and partnerships. My artistic ...
  • Hyang Jin Cho: capstone 

    Artist(s):Cho, Hyang Jin
    Date Issued:2018
    Format:born digital; Student works
    The artist's statement: I have been interested in visualizing social consciousness in specific forms and structures which associate with historical events and human experiences. My current installation pieces examine female ...
  • Cassidy Gibson: capstone 

    Artist(s):Gibson, Cassidy
    Date Issued:2018
    Format:born digital; Student works
    The artist's statement: I believe that the inspiration of my work is rooted in two words that have rung true for me from an early age: kinship and communion. One of the most paramount places that has remained a consistent ...
  • Daniel Johs: capstone 

    Artist(s):Johs, Daniel
    Date Issued:2017
    Format:born digital; Student works
    The artist's statement: I love visual art in part because I get to study myself, but also because I get to learn of others culture and history that are different from my own. I am very inspired by Japanese culture with ...
  • Anna Feldman: capstone 

    Artist(s):Feldman, Anna
    Date Issued:2017
    Format:born digital; Student works
    The artist's statement: Clay reflects the plasticity of my thoughts. It is a malleable material that can be rapidly and easily manipulated. After firing, it is transformed into a permanent entity of stone that encapsulates ...
  • David Kruk: capstone 

    Artist(s):Kruk, David
    Date Issued:2017
    Format:born digital; Student works
    The artist's statement: I am interested in the cyclical nature of time and its relationship to our human experience of internal and external space. I have been thinking about the material things we periodically return to ...
  • Lauren Domnik: capstone 

    Artist(s):Domnik, Lauren
    Date Issued:2016
    Format:Student works
    The artist's statement: My pottery centers on the natural world. The scientific aspects of plants and animals, like ecology, biology, and taxonomy, fascinate and inspire me. At the same time, I am influenced by tableware ...
  • Justin Donofrio: capstone 

    Artist(s):Donofrio, Justin
    Date Issued:2016
    Format:Student works
    The artist's statement: Through the lens of functional pottery I focus on questions about our relationship with objects. I explore the concept of humanity's authority over landscape and record of construction as a form of ...
  • Luke Doyle: capstone 

    Artist(s):Doyle, Luke
    Date Issued:2016
    Format:Student works
    The artist's statement: I choose to make utilitarian objects because I want the experience to be more than simply looking. I have made bowls, cups, and plates for the user to incorporate into their life, I hope the plates ...
  • Kate Homel: capstone 

    Artist(s):Homel, Kate
    Date Issued:2015
    Format:Student works
    The artist's statement: The forms I make come from memories of my childhood: objects found in my grandmothers house, pinching pots in the creek bed, learning flowers while sitting in the garden with my mother. I am interested ...
  • Hyan-Jin Cho: capstone 

    Artist(s):Cho, Hyan-Jin
    Date Issued:2015
    Format:Student works
    The artist's statement: Interested in creating objects with multiple layers, I have explored the concept of crossing boundaries of two opposing sides and developed a unified space created by the manifold relations among ...

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