Vantage Point: Fall 2018, 2018 University of Vermont
Vantage Point: Fall 2018, Vantage Point
No abstract provided.
Vantage Point: Spring 2018, 2018 University of Vermont
Vantage Point: Spring 2018, Vantage Point
No abstract provided.
Golden In Glass, 2018 Bowling Green State University
Golden In Glass, Emily Price
The hymn chosen for this glass piece is “Jerusalem the Golden” which was written by Bernard of Cluny in the 12th century and set to music by John Neale in the 19th century. The original tune given to the hymn is known as “Ewing” and was written by Alexander Ewing. Although this hymn is not used in all hymnals and is not as widely known as hymns like “Amazing Grace,” it is a lovely, hopeful one that paints a picture of the wonders of heaven.
Hymn singing is an important part of the Christian church service and has ...
Enact In Disappearance, 2018 Virginia Commonwealth University
Enact In Disappearance, Stephanie Demer
Theses and Dissertations
Enact in Disappearance excavates the unseen through the medium of photography in order to chart a new strategy for knowing and communing with a complicated world.
Flora And Fauna In East Asian Art, 2018 Gettysburg College
Flora And Fauna In East Asian Art, Samantha B. Frisoli, Daniella M. Snyder, Gabriella A. Bucci, Melissa R. Casale, Keira B. Koch, Paige L. Deschapelles
Schmucker Art Catalogs
Flora and Fauna in East Asian Art is the fourth annual exhibition curated by students enrolled in the Art History Methods course. This exhibition highlights the academic achievements of six student curators: Samantha Frisoli ’18, Daniella Snyder ’18, Gabriella Bucci ’19, Melissa Casale ’19, Keira Koch ’19, and Paige Deschapelles ’20. The selection of artworks in this exhibition considers how East Asian artists portrayed similar subjects of flora and fauna in different media including painting, prints, embroidery, jade, and porcelain. This exhibition intends to reveal the hidden meanings behind various representations of flora and fauna in East Asian art by ...
After The Big Wind Stops I See Gentle Waves, 2018 Virginia Commonwealth University
After The Big Wind Stops I See Gentle Waves, Eunji (Jubee) Lee
Theses and Dissertations
This thesis covers my reflections on the inspirations and the motivations behind selected works including my candidacy exhibition; Resonance and my thesis exhibition; after the big wind stops I see gentle waves. It contains my life throughout my MFA studies and the development of my art practice. Through its story-within-a-story method of narration and my describing streams of my thoughts, I am attempting to explain the processes of my development and the discoveries I have made, the little things in my daily life, and the big turning points that inspired me. My work and this document have been strongly determined ...
Energy Efficiency: The Future Of Glassmaking, 2017 University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa
Energy Efficiency: The Future Of Glassmaking, Amber O'Brien
This project is an investigation of current glass making technologies for the purpose of reducing the energy consumption of the glass art community. Sustainable practices, renewable resources, and innovative technologies are pressing topics under discussion around the world. It is important for glass artists to realize their reliance on fossil fuels and be proactive in their efforts to reduce this expenditure. This paper will discuss the original research study on energy efficiency and the development of www.GlassArtEnergy.org, a user-friendly archive of credible resources about ways glass artists can reduce their energy expenditure through equipment maintenance and the use ...
Multiple And Moving, 2017 Rhode Island School of Design
Multiple And Moving, Maia Chao
This document maps my negotiation of the art practice as experienced in school. It is a record of development, evaluation, narration, articulation, reflection, argumentation, and continual redefinition. I consider the physical and social realities of the studio practice as they relate to my needs, values, and desires on a personal and global scale. Flitting between the mundane and the fundamental, the center and the margins, this thesis reflects my mental topography as a series of parts whose relations to each other are multiple and moving.
Perceptual Alchemy, 2017 Rhode Island School of Design
Perceptual Alchemy, Evan Voelbel
The farther we peer into the depths of human consciousness, the subatomic realm of quantum physics or the vast expanse of the observable universe, the more our notion of an objective physical reality or a predetermined, public, external world is challenged. With each new door we open, an entirely new set of questions is revealed. The world we perceive is never a direct representation, but even knowing how constructed our perception of an external reality is, are we capable of letting go of it? Through perceptual alchemy, my work probes the threshold between our constructed reality and the ‘external world ...
How Long Can You Hold Your Breath?, 2017 Rhode Island School of Design
How Long Can You Hold Your Breath?, Felicia Leroy
I began freediving, a sport in which one dives as deep as possible on single breath hold, as a way to approach the inaccessible space of the deep, to expand my understanding of the unobtainable.
This space (the deep) seemed to me to be representative of something that is totally unknown, its power existing in its inaccessibility, in its un-know-ability.
Through training/experiential data collection and using human physiology at depth as a framework, this thesis work book explores a single breath hold to the other side.
Work made in support of this exploration touches on darkness, depth, the edge ...