Recent Submissions

  • Erica Quihuiz : capstone 

    Contributor:Quihuiz, Erica
    Date Submitted:2019
    The artist's statement: I use process as an exercise in tranquility, humor as an exercise in empathy, and risk as an exercise in transformation. I embrace contemporary forms of print media as an effective form of ...
  • Taylor Gornell : capstone 

    Contributor:Gornell, Taylor
    Date Submitted:2019
    The artist's statement: 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, ...
  • Abigail Sanford : capstone 

    Contributor:Sanford, Abigail
    Date Submitted:2019
    The artist's statement: 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 ...
  • Savannah Anderson : capstone 

    Contributor:Anderson, Savannah
    Date Submitted:2018
    The artist's statement: "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 ...
  • Robert Di Grappa : capstone 

    Contributor:Di Grappa, Robert
    Date Submitted:2018
    The artist's statement: 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 ...
  • Hannah Chapman : capstone 

    Contributor:Chapman, Hannah
    Date Submitted:2018
    The artist's statement: 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 ...
  • Keenan Zeller : capstone 

    Contributor:Zeller, Keenan
    Date Submitted:2016
    The artist's statement: 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 ...
  • Duy Nguyen : capstone 

    Contributor:Nguyen, Duy
    Date Submitted:2016
    The artist's statement: 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 ...
  • Taylor Smith : capstone 

    Contributor:Smith, Taylor
    Date Submitted:2016
    The artist's statement: 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 ...
  • Austin Armstrong : capstone 

    Contributor:Armstrong, Austin
    Date Submitted:2016
    The artist's statement: 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 ...
  • Jackson Connolly : capstone 

    Contributor:Connolly, Jackson
    Date Submitted:2016
    The artist's statement: 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 ...
  • Carolyn Stern : capstone 

    Contributor:Stern, Carolyn
    Date Submitted:2016
    The artist's statement: 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 ...
  • Rochelle Peeler : capstone 

    Contributor:Peeler, Rochelle
    Date Submitted:2016
    The artist's statement: "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 ...
  • Maggie Mark : capstone 

    Contributor:Mark, Maggie
    Date Submitted:2016
    The artist's statement: 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 ...
  • Ashe Mardinly : capstone 

    Contributor:Mardinly, Ashe
    Date Submitted:2016
    The artist's statement: 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 ...
  • Jenna Lewis : capstone 

    Contributor:Lewis, Jenna
    Date Submitted:2016
    The artist's statement: 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 ...
  • Emily Roan : capstone 

    Contributor:Roan, Emily
    Date Submitted:2015
    The artist's statement: 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 ...
  • Amanda Thomas : capstone 

    Contributor:Thomas, Amanda
    Date Submitted:2015
    The artist's statement: 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 ...
  • Francis Fahnestock: capstone 

    Contributor:Fahnestock, Francis
    Date Submitted:2015
    The artist's statement: 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 ...
  • Alexandra Lake : capstone 

    Contributor:Lake, Alexandra
    Date Submitted:2015
    The artist's statement: 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 ...