Browsing by Author "Gill, Andrea"

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  • Griggs, Lea (2017-05)
    This exhibition, Landscape Survey 1, provides various types of creative techniques to investigate, identify, analyze, record and interpret the aesthetic landscape. Interpretation is essential in providing the knowledge and ...
  • Zablocki, Alex M. (2017-05)
    My work is a marathon exercise in the deconstruction and adaptation of vessel aesthetics, form, function, conventions and histories. I remain alchemically adventurous by employing a wide range of materials, processes, ...
  • Rennie, Ryan (2017-05)
    Much of my practice functions as a means to reflect selectively on my surroundings. This usually begins in the form of collecting, often in relationship to being an active practitioner of consumerism. I am undeniably ...
  • Lee, YehRim (2017-05)
    In the U.S. I started to use this awareness to subvert masculine traditions and re-interpret them for my own practice as a maker. Here, I am learning to balance the best of both the Masculine and Feminine, just as I am ...
  • Wright, Maura (2018-05)
    The environment of the sculpture became my focus with the figurative presence being assumed by the vessel as they inherited the characteristics of the body. I began questioning the extension of identity through environments, ...
  • Newman-Wise, William S. (2017-05)
    The physical distance between two people echoes a lingering tension in my studio between myself as photographer and sculptor, myself and material, and image and object. I move slowly through these relationships and on my ...
  • Synthesis 
    Brown, Cory (2017-05)
    Experimentation is the format through which I allow questioning and research to enter. I generally have a good idea of what I plan to make before I make it, but I am always open, and in fact, hold out hope for an in-process ...
  • Graber, Gabrielle Grace (2017-05)
    I make these things because they are a release to make. Most people are scared of them. They describe them as haunting. They are aware of them as clay, they relate to the objects as figurative sculptures. For me, these are ...
  • Zwarka, Kelsey (2017-05)
    The ceramic sculptures included in Wave to the Trees allude to familiar objects, landscape, and the human figure in response to historical and contemporary perceptions of values and beauty. The forms are anthropomorphized ...