Browsing by Author "Gill, John"

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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, ...
  • Mahoney, Cory (2018-05)
    My work seldom begins with a clear idea in mind. To know too much about what I am going to do is to lose all purpose in doing it. The need to induce surprising results is crucial. Permutations of construction, glaze ...
  • 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 ...
  • Easterbrook, Ruth (2019-05)
    Objects hold stories, both from where they came from and the accumulated memories gathered from the people around them. As the maker of these pieces, I bring my childhood with its strong ties to place and family. As artist ...
  • Choi, Soojin (2018-05)
    Space can be used as a setting or an object. I have been interested in the collage. Three dimensional space can create uncomfortableness by arranging different images in paradoxical ways. The blending of the social norm ...
  • Gestures 
    Yoo, Jinsik (2019)
    My work involves answering the question "How can we escape from anxiety?"
  • Ground 
    Westrick, Brian (2018-05)
    Like the flat fields that I spent my childhood exploring, I too wish to sprawl, to expand, to consider my existence between both Ground and Sky2, and to claim my own place on this Earth. In the studio, clay is the material ...
  • Monzon, Andres (2019-05)
    My thesis is comprised of two series of ceramic objects that deal with the construction of identity through the process of remembering, which inherently involves forgetting. The etymology of Oblivion, from the Latin word ...
  • Liang, Wanying (2018-05)
    I had found a door between two rooms, one room was full of beautiful fantasy, and the other one let you see the cold reality. I opened the door and could not decide which room to go in. In this moment I remember repeatedly, ...
  • Millman, Maxwell (2018-05)
    Plastic, Loud, Devoid of humanness. It is just an art object. A Luscious object. They are stilted by sexism, racism, colonialism, some social concept which gives them validity but only talks to their ism, their group but ...
  • Jolene 
    Travaille, Chase (2019-05)
    Creating sculptures that are representational allows an opportunity for the viewer to acknowledge what it is and have to account for the emotions that arise when encountering the work. They’re objects that we have some ...
  • Joyride 
    Weddell, Nicholas (2019-05)
    A rectangular handle transforms into interlocked leafy scales and a cylindrical interior warps and bulges as if a scarab from The Mummy is crawling beneath its surface. Thick batter-like splats of raucous color melt and ...
  • Alexander, Marissa (2019-05)
    My relationship to the pot is fundamental to how I identify as an artist and how I inhabit forms. Objects begin as vessels with the potential to become abstracted representations of the human (female) figure, flowers, ...
  • Landreth, Grant (2018-05)
    My work is geometric: crisp and soft, cut, bound and folded. Forms, colors and profiles repeat, are handsewn and extruded from everyday materials such as canvas and clay. They are cut, aggregated and bound together into ...
  • 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, ...
  • Nelson, Liisa (2018-05)
    Like poetry, my work resists categorization. Mutually exclusive categories are mythical. I am not part of any movement. My primary motivations are curiosity and awe. Materials have transformative effects, have transcendent ...
  • 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 ...