Recent Submissions

  • Taylor Gornell : capstone 

    Contributor:Gornell, Taylor
    Date Submitted:2019
    Within my body of work, I am exploring ideas of nature and the overlooked. For ten years, I volunteered at a Nature Center taking care of prairie and wetlands animals such as snakes, frogs, turtles, hawks, and owls. I was ...
  • Abigail Sanford : capstone 

    Contributor:Sanford, Abigail
    Date Submitted:2019
    For my recent body of work I have been using photos and memories from my four month study abroad experience in Florence, Italy. I was influenced deeply by the work of the Renaissance masters as well as the architecture and ...
  • Savannah Anderson : capstone 

    Contributor:Anderson, Savannah
    Date Submitted:2018
    "Forest bathing," is a traditional Japanese method of taking in a forest's being as a way of healing. Every sight, sound, texture, and smell, no matter where I am, undoubtedly influences the formal as well as conceptual ...
  • Robert Di Grappa : capstone 

    Contributor:Di Grappa, Robert
    Date Submitted:2018
    When did art become Art? In ancient times everything we call art today was created with a specific function, whether it was a clay pot, a necklace, a sword, tools, clothing, or any of the various items used in everyday ...
  • Hannah Chapman : capstone 

    Contributor:Chapman, Hannah
    Date Submitted:2018
    Cyanotype is an alternative process in which rays from the sun expose a layer of photosensitive material on paper or fabric. The marks you see in my cyanotypes are a negative representation of drawings on a transparency. ...
  • Keenan Zeller : capstone 

    Contributor:Zeller, Keenan
    Date Submitted:2016
    As a small child I was fascinated by nature and made a point to surround myself in its beauty. I had a very strange childhood. I was often getting into trouble and acting out in unique ways, which made my parents worry. ...
  • Duy Nguyen : capstone 

    Contributor:Nguyen, Duy
    Date Submitted:2016
    Traditional printmaking provided a means for me to explore and implement graphic design orchestrations in a way that marries the digital to the physical and intent to content. Each tangible print serves as a documentation ...
  • Taylor Smith : capstone 

    Contributor:Smith, Taylor
    Date Submitted:2016
    The images I create serve as forms of meditation and catharsis. Initially, my process begins by mentally dissecting an issue in my life. My thoughts surround the people and scenes involved, and I begin to translate them ...
  • Austin Armstrong : capstone 

    Contributor:Armstrong, Austin
    Date Submitted:2016
    My work uses visual forms to explore the interplay my personal origins, various religions perspectives, and the way in which we interact with our world. I investigate these concepts by reflecting upon my own origins, both ...
  • Jackson Connolly : capstone 

    Contributor:Connolly, Jackson
    Date Submitted:2016
    My work seeks to combine the two worlds of digital and the analog printmaking. Currently working as a graphic designer, I have taken many of the skills and design techniques I use in my profession and have carried them ...
  • Carolyn Stern : capstone 

    Contributor:Stern, Carolyn
    Date Submitted:2016
    As an artist viewing the world, I am intrigued by places I have not explored. As a kid and even now, I am always curious about what is beyond the hill in front of me and then what is beyond that. I will look out on a view ...
  • Rochelle Peeler : capstone 

    Contributor:Peeler, Rochelle
    Date Submitted:2016
    “Alice laughed, “There’s no use in trying,’ she said: ‘one can’t believe impossible things.’ - ‘I daresay you haven’t had much practice,’ said the Queen.” Through the Looking Glass, Carroll, Lewis - To be as curious as ...
  • Maggie Mark : capstone 

    Contributor:Mark, Maggie
    Date Submitted:2016
    I am very interested in the cognitive relationship we share with the aesthetic harmonies found in nature. By abstracting patterns in nature and re-arranging them through printmaking and painting processes, I am able to ...
  • Ashe Mardinly : capstone 

    Contributor:Mardinly, Ashe
    Date Submitted:2016
    I've always found interest in invoking responses from people. As a child this is usually accomplished by making a mess, and smiling cheekily at my parents as I did so. However art allows for a much more refined process of ...
  • Jenna Lewis : capstone 

    Contributor:Lewis, Jenna
    Date Submitted:2016
    For me, creating art is about the process and the reaction that I have to the materials in front of me. And there are few materials that captivate my interest the way Printmaking does. I was instantly intrigued with ...
  • Emily Roan : capstone 

    Contributor:Roan, Emily
    Date Submitted:2015
    From the smallest manifestation of material to the largest, I find no separation. The space between is alive and intelligent. Space is the womb for ideas to collect and take form. Intelligence guides each unique fractal ...
  • Amanda Thomas : capstone 

    Contributor:Thomas, Amanda
    Date Submitted:2015
    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 results of automatic and ...
  • Francis Fahnestock: capstone 

    Contributor:Fahnestock, Francis
    Date Submitted:2015
    My body of work focusses on creating visual relationships of shape and color. The interaction of shapes and the space around them is a primary focus of many of these works. This is to try to bring attention to the norm of ...
  • Alexandra Lake : capstone 

    Contributor:Lake, Alexandra
    Date Submitted:2015
    I am inspired by natural forms that possess an indefinable attraction. I only pursue the exploration of a structure if I cannot pin down exactly what is appealing about it and, therefore, feel obligated to give it a sense ...