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2009 Forces, Scott Yarbrough May 2009

2009 Forces, Scott Yarbrough

Forces

No abstract provided.


Rhythm In Relief, Lavon Williams, Kentucky Folk Art Center Jan 2009

Rhythm In Relief, Lavon Williams, Kentucky Folk Art Center

Kentucky Folk Art Center Exhibition Catalogs

2009 Kentucky Folk Art Center exhibition catalog of artist Lavon Williams.


Making The Invisible, Visible : Exploring Liminality Of Mind And Body Through Glass, Naomi Hunter Jan 2009

Making The Invisible, Visible : Exploring Liminality Of Mind And Body Through Glass, Naomi Hunter

Theses : Honours

It is through the discipline of visual arts that I research the subject of the mind-body relationship and the notion of liminality- this is the space in-between. To that end, the aim of this research is to investigate and construct a visible means of exhibiting liminal space. This creative work will be used as a metaphor for the synergy between body and mind, which I contend occurs within an internal liminal space. I investigate these concepts through the double articulation of creative practice and a written exegesis, based on the following research questions: 'In what ways can glass be used ...


Key, Mayu Nagoya Jan 2009

Key, Mayu Nagoya

Lights and Shadows

No abstract provided.


Untitled, Makiko Shimabukuro Jan 2009

Untitled, Makiko Shimabukuro

Lights and Shadows

No abstract provided.


Teapot, Warren Bailey Jan 2009

Teapot, Warren Bailey

Lights and Shadows

No abstract provided.


Representations Of The Antonine Empresses On The Nymphaeum In Olympia, Rachel Meyers Jan 2009

Representations Of The Antonine Empresses On The Nymphaeum In Olympia, Rachel Meyers

World Languages and Cultures Publications

Although sculpted portraits often receive more scholarly attention than the statue bodies they were set into, the different types of statue bodies can reveal more information about the portrait statue as a whole. This paper examines the Nymphaeum in Olympia, a monument which originally included an impressive array of statues of the imperial family as well as the family of its commissioner, Herodes Atticus. By analyzing the statue type of each individual represented, I show that, although the male members of the imperial family may be easily distinguished from those of Herodes’ family according to the type of clothing worn ...