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How Things Grow: Gabriel Orozco’S Samurai Tree: Invariants (2005), Tim Stott 2017 Dublin Institute of Technology

How Things Grow: Gabriel Orozco’S Samurai Tree: Invariants (2005), Tim Stott

Articles

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Not Fully Formed..., Elizabeth Adare Brown 2017 Washington University in St. Louis

Not Fully Formed..., Elizabeth Adare Brown

Bachelor of Fine Arts Senior Papers

An appraisal of the artist’s place and responsibility in the diluted, steaming [sic] timeline of show and tell as is now experienced daily by artist and audience alike. The predicaments and possibilities are posited, assessed and adjudicated sequentially. These actions are set against a backdrop of art history and emergent narrative methodologies in the arts. The judgements inform the studio practice.


San Francisco City Of Crime 6, Fred Rinne, Scott Williams 2017 Selected Works

San Francisco City Of Crime 6, Fred Rinne, Scott Williams

Scott Williams

This book is illustrated with stencils and acrylic paint. Edition limited to 10 copies. Library copy is number 5 0f 10. Library copy is signed by both the author and the artist.


San Francisco City Of Crime 4, Fred Rinne, Scott Williams 2017 Selected Works

San Francisco City Of Crime 4, Fred Rinne, Scott Williams

Scott Williams

This book is illustrated with stencils and acrylic paint. Edition limited to 10 copies. Library copy is number 5 0f 10. Library copy is signed by both the author and the artist.


San Francisco City Of Crime 3, Fred Rinne, Scott Williams 2017 Selected Works

San Francisco City Of Crime 3, Fred Rinne, Scott Williams

Scott Williams

This book is illustrated with stencils and acrylic paint. Edition limited to 10 copies. Library copy is number 5 0f 10. Library copy is signed by both the author and the artist.


San Francisco City Of Crime 5, Fred Rinne, Scott Williams 2017 Selected Works

San Francisco City Of Crime 5, Fred Rinne, Scott Williams

Scott Williams

This book is illustrated with stencils and acrylic paint. Edition limited to 10 copies. Library copy is number 5 0f 10. Library copy is signed by both the author and the artist.


San Francisco City Of Crime 2, Fred Rinne, Scott Williams 2017 Selected Works

San Francisco City Of Crime 2, Fred Rinne, Scott Williams

Scott Williams

This book is illustrated with stencils and acrylic paint. Edition limited to 10 copies. Library copy is number 5 0f 10. Library copy is signed by both the author and the artist.


San Francisco City Of Crime 1, Fred Rinne, Scott Williams 2017 Selected Works

San Francisco City Of Crime 1, Fred Rinne, Scott Williams

Scott Williams

This book is illustrated with stencils and acrylic paint. Edition limited to 10 copies. Library copy is number 5 0f 10. Library copy is signed by both the author and the artist.


Untitled, Anonymous Author 2017 Dominican University of California

Untitled, Anonymous Author

The Tuxedo Archives

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Unititled, Anonymous Author 2017 Dominican University of California

Unititled, Anonymous Author

The Tuxedo Archives

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Untitled, Anonymous Author 2017 Dominican University of California

Untitled, Anonymous Author

The Tuxedo Archives

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Untitled, Anonymous Author 2017 Dominican University of California

Untitled, Anonymous Author

The Tuxedo Archives

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Apples Decay, Lauren Rigor 2017 Dominican University of California

Apples Decay, Lauren Rigor

The Tuxedo Archives

The following article was taken from the last issue of The Summerland Courier, a major newspaper published in Summerland, a city located twenty miles outside Avalon across the Lake. It was found at the bottom of the newspaper’s regional section.


Tea Party, Julia Van der Ryn 2017 Dominican University of California

Tea Party, Julia Van Der Ryn

The Tuxedo Archives

It was 1966 and I was seven years old. We lived in Berkeley, California. I was dressed up for a birthday party. I had on a white dress with frills around the sleeves and the hem. My white socks were ringed at the top with a thin strip of lace. I had folded them down so that the lace neatly encircled my ankle, right above my black patent-leather mary janes. I even had on my best underwear that had fringes of lace all across the bottom.

My parents were driving me to the party. They said that we would leave ...


Falling, Kerri Kor 2017 Dominican University of California

Falling, Kerri Kor

The Tuxedo Archives

True autumn doesn’t come with a date on a calendar; it comes with a change in the air, a certain quality of light, the heightened busy-work of birds and squirrels, the deepening of nature’s colors. And it comes for each person, early in the new academic year, when the buzz of human concerns crashes head-on with the ancient rites of transition. Groans and grumbles and added stress change in that moment of messy glorious perfection when we are once more reduced to parts of the whole and the illusion of control gives way to Reality. Will you recognize ...


Caberet Girl, Kathryn Frazell 2017 Dominican University of California

Caberet Girl, Kathryn Frazell

The Tuxedo Archives

A woman stepped into the crowded and lively entrance of the banquet hall. She was wearing a knee-length white coat. That should have been the first clue, that she wasn’t wearing tights or leggings of any kind. All you could see was bare leg. The black, slinky dress left no surprise as to the curves of her body. Her hair was raven black, cut in a chic bob, and her neck was adorned with pearls. Kohl covered her eyelids, and the lips were stained cherry red. She was the image of jazz and cabaret. ~ excerpt from the short story


Let The Walls Have Their Say, Kathryn McGinness 2017 Dominican University of California

Let The Walls Have Their Say, Kathryn Mcginness

The Tuxedo Archives

She’s a beautiful girl. Near-strangers tell her this on a regular basis. I’d tell her, too, but I don’t like giving things to people who don’t appreciate them. ~excerpt from the short story


Moths, Crystal Smith 2017 Dominican University of California

Moths, Crystal Smith

The Tuxedo Archives

The thick air held still in the hot August evening.

Angela and her family were at their neighbor’s house—mostly because they liked the pool they had in their backyard more than they liked their actual neighbors. But her parents were busy schmoozing over beer and barbeque, leaving Angela to play peacemaker among the children—her younger brother, Joe, 10 years of age, and Wesley McArthur, 8 years old. They were best friends and arch rivals, despite their age difference. They especially needed to be watched when they started rough-housing. Angela sighed under the outdoor light, trying to quickly ...


Feel No More, Natalie Padilla 2017 Dominican University of California

Feel No More, Natalie Padilla

The Tuxedo Archives

I can feel the prickle of the grass

And the cold, desolate ground beneath me

My body is weak as I struggle to wake

For I feel your presence surround me

A blade of grass comes into view

I tilt my head towards the blazing sky

Where the clouds cradle me with warmth ~excerpt


Cup Of Tea, Paula Garcia 2017 Dominican University of California

Cup Of Tea, Paula Garcia

The Tuxedo Archives

“Such a beautiful photograph,” she marvels

As she sits down where I used to lie.

You look at the picture as she asks you who I am.

For what seems like an eternity in your mind

You plead with God to help you mask the clouds

That are now thundering about in your head.

“Just an old friend,” you reply coolly,

After an uncomfortable second.

~ poem excerpt ~


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