Browsing by Subject "Sculpture"

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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 ...
  • Gause, Sydni (2018-05)
    My work acts like the proud quilted banners pinned to the walls of a Southern Baptist church that read "King of Kings" and "Lord of Lords." I begin by investigating the role of material and the psychological undertones ...
  • Torrence, Virginia Rose (2016)
    There are certain symbols, types of touch, and a personal aesthetic that emerge from this process of searching. Some reoccurring symbols within my work are hair, fabric, holes, eyes, impressions, fruit, jewelry, and flesh. ...
  • 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 ...
  • Kang, Dana T. (2016-05-03)
    Inspired by the color palette and surface treatment of classical paintings and sculptures, my work exhibits quaintness. I employ highly contrasting lightings, and muted colors from the paintings of Caravaggio and Zurbaran ...
  • Dawson, Schuyler (2018-05)
    Who do we feel we are supposed to be? How do we see ourselves as we relate to the world? How do we find a reprieve from our daily anxieties? I explore these questions in my work using text and poetry situated amidst sculpture ...
  • Thompsett, Hannah (2016)
    Each of our senses plays a role in understanding space and objects. We learn to anticipate spatial and temporal relationships through the interaction of visual, auditory, and vestibular processes. Representation is an ...
  • Daus, Meagan (2017-05)
    Everywhere I have been, locality has shaped the subtle details of tradition, culture, design, and art. These aspects are engrained in the forms, styles, decorations (or lack there of), and materials of the bits and pieces ...
  • Paul, Morgan (2020-05-08)
    I look at my body as object and outfit, as self and mask. I continuously display and inhibit my own image, using pattern and clothing in order to give voice to who I am, and how I see myself. Painstakingly slicing, layering, ...
  • Earle, Jessica J. A. (2017-05)
    The western landscape has sparked the imagination of writers, musicians, and artists since the first Europeans left their footprints in the bush. Explorers, cowboys, and prospectors have left their mark on the land and in ...
  • Free, Morgan Rose (2017-05)
    I have always been fixated on how nature and wilderness intersect with contemporary culture. Human beings are of the Earth, we are mammals derived from nature; yet we are so far removed from it. Nature is that wild thing ...
  • Underwood, Mathew (2018-05)
    My work deals with translation. What happens when information moves into a different framework / technology / media? What aspects get amplified, diminished, resonated, distorted, shifted, remapped, or broken? Self expression ...
  • 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, ...
  • Fridman, Marina (2018-05)
    At its core, my work explores our shifting perception of time and space, reality and mortality. By highlighting our often hidden or overlooked relationships with the astronomical and the microscopic, I cause the viewer ...
  • Penumbra 
    Hershman, Joshua A. (2016)
    The original meaning of penumbra is a space of partial illumination between full shadow and full light. Astronomer Johannes Kepler introduced the term in 1604 to describe the shadows that occur during eclipses. The contrasting ...
  • Duke, Emily (2016)
    The studio is a place for working. Working with material, motivated by questions and the rarity of answers. I feel strongly that my sculptures are unconditionally tied to the studio. It is where material is labored over ...
  • Busch, Sarah (2020-05-11)
    Personal is the first word I would use to describe my work. The other words I would use are brutal, dramatic, visceral, uncomfortable, and questioning. The sculptural works I created were a way for me to come to terms with ...
  • 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 ...
  • Carney, Ava (2017)
    This thesis consists of two investigations. The first explores how stylization and fragmentation of different parts of the figure influence emotional and psychological responses to the human form. I have especially focused ...