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A Sense Of Place., Neli Ilieva Ouzounova Dec 2003

A Sense Of Place., Neli Ilieva Ouzounova

Electronic Theses and Dissertations

Concerned with anxiety and displacement, the artist explores a sense of place within the self. Personal experiences are presented as an accumulation of fragmented symbols, textures and pattern. Symbolic imagery is being created, influenced by a devaluation of established norms and a reorganization of cultural identity. The individualÆs interaction and experience with the surrounding world affirms his idiosyncratic symbolism. The artwork is a visual language that through the use of disparate segments sets up the portrayal of the fragmented self and psychological journeys of the artist.

Individuals establish themselves in many ways, including gestures as part of expression. This expression ...


Designing Without Boundaries., Mickey Glover Dec 2003

Designing Without Boundaries., Mickey Glover

Electronic Theses and Dissertations

This thesis was written as a supporting paper for a graphic design exhibit for a Master of Fine Arts Degree. The focus of my design is the creation of successful pieces of expressive graphic design that defy many traditional or formal rules of design.

This thesis begins with a brief explanation of my methods and what I feel makes for good expressive design. These include a heavy reliance upon intuition, the necessity of traditional design education, historical and contemporary influences. I then characterize my motivations and methods of creating graphic design. Followed by the relation of my work to historical ...


Marking Time: A Figurative Humanist Approach To Drawing., Donna Michele Wilt Dec 2003

Marking Time: A Figurative Humanist Approach To Drawing., Donna Michele Wilt

Electronic Theses and Dissertations

This document is a supportive paper for the M.F.A. Graduate Exhibition "Marking Time" held at the B. Carroll Reece Museum, East Tennessee State University, in fulfillment of the Master of Fine Arts degree. Within this paper, I discuss the subjective nature of my drawings and claim my role as a figurative humanist. Through drawing, I explore the emotive qualities of my own form. Rather than depicting actual spaces, I place myself in psychological spaces that reflect specific moods. Chiaroscuro creates an altered reality where visual tension is implicated through the physicality of my movements.

This paper also briefly ...


The Promethean, Fall/Winter 2003, English Department Dec 2003

The Promethean, Fall/Winter 2003, English Department

The Promethean

No abstract provided.


Steele Prairie Dawn, James C. Schaap Dec 2003

Steele Prairie Dawn, James C. Schaap

Pro Rege

No abstract provided.


Untitled, Susan Van Geest Dec 2003

Untitled, Susan Van Geest

Pro Rege

No abstract provided.


Rhythmic Improvisation, Joanne Alberda Dec 2003

Rhythmic Improvisation, Joanne Alberda

Pro Rege

Cotton, machine quilted


Floor Vase, Jake Van Wyk Dec 2003

Floor Vase, Jake Van Wyk

Pro Rege

No abstract provided.


Poster Design: Sioux County Oratorio Society, David Versluis Dec 2003

Poster Design: Sioux County Oratorio Society, David Versluis

Pro Rege

No abstract provided.


Floor Vase, Jake Van Wyk Dec 2003

Floor Vase, Jake Van Wyk

Pro Rege

No abstract provided.


Wind And Water, David Versluis Dec 2003

Wind And Water, David Versluis

Pro Rege

No abstract provided.


Ways Of Mercy, Susan Van Geest Dec 2003

Ways Of Mercy, Susan Van Geest

Pro Rege

No abstract provided.


Enterprise Ireland: Design For Competitive Advantage Conference, Peter Dee Nov 2003

Enterprise Ireland: Design For Competitive Advantage Conference, Peter Dee

Other resources

A stimulating conference bringing together world leading experts on design to address the importance of brand development strategies to achieve competitive advantage. Peter Dee - Strategic Design and Marketing Consultant, specialised in the creation of brand development strategies for Enterprise Ireland’s Design Unit. Peter was responsible for the design and development of the the brand identity for the Enterprise Ireland Design for Competitive Advantage Conference in Dublin.


Inscape Fall 2003, Morehead State University Oct 2003

Inscape Fall 2003, Morehead State University

Inscape: Art & Literary Magazine Archive

The Fall 2003 edition of the Inscape: Literary and Art Magazine.


Holponiyochi: Contemporary Native American Sculpture, Wright State University Art Galleries Oct 2003

Holponiyochi: Contemporary Native American Sculpture, Wright State University Art Galleries

Exhibition and Program Catalogs

Nine artists participating in this exhibition share a concern with how practices of visual representation work to construct individual and collective identity. They examine and then reformulate familiar codes of visual culture, turning established conventions of visual representation against themselves. In highly sophisticated and nuanced critical commentary, they explore how both individual and group identities are shaped in and by one's cultural environment. At the same time, they recognize that limiting understanding can be an equally powerful influence in the shaping of one's sense of self and community.


The Lantern Vol. 71, No. 1, Fall 2003, Katy Diana, Bart Brooks, Sarah Napolitan, Susannah Fisher, Sarah Kauffman, Dan Bruno, Trevor Strunk, Jan Cohen, Jen Brink, Jonathan Gagas, Shane Borer, Kate Chapman, Dennis Kearney, Crystal Mccarney, Ashley Mcintosh, Klaus Yoder, Kate Juliano, John Ramsey, Melanie Scriptunas, Alison Shaffer Oct 2003

The Lantern Vol. 71, No. 1, Fall 2003, Katy Diana, Bart Brooks, Sarah Napolitan, Susannah Fisher, Sarah Kauffman, Dan Bruno, Trevor Strunk, Jan Cohen, Jen Brink, Jonathan Gagas, Shane Borer, Kate Chapman, Dennis Kearney, Crystal Mccarney, Ashley Mcintosh, Klaus Yoder, Kate Juliano, John Ramsey, Melanie Scriptunas, Alison Shaffer

The Lantern Literary Magazines

• Lights of Venice
• Portrait
• Switzerland
• Drunken
• Revel Writing
• Nectarines
• Shifting Gears
• Stogie
• Reflect
• In the Key of Fuchsia Minor
• Jarring
• Sissy
• Mongols vs. Amish: X-Treme Culture Clash
• Holding On
• The Bethany
• Creekside
• The Real Thing
• On Being Alone and Other Pleasures
• Forced Entry
• The Case of Beauty: Aesthetics of Distance


Icon Fall 2003 Oct 2003

Icon Fall 2003

ICON

No abstract provided.


Textile Society Of America Newsletter 15:3 – Fall 2003 Oct 2003

Textile Society Of America Newsletter 15:3 – Fall 2003

Textile Society of America Newsletters

Peru Study Tour Report
TSA News
President’s Letter, Shep Award
TSA Member News
Fiber Program at the University of Kansas
Book Reviews, Conference Reviews
Exhibition Reviews
Collections News
Conferences & Symposia, Calls for Papers
Calendar- Exhibitions
Calendar – Lectures & Workshops, Tours, Publication News
Workshop Registration


Designers' Perceptions Of Interdisciplinary Design Education., Timothy D. Dolan Aug 2003

Designers' Perceptions Of Interdisciplinary Design Education., Timothy D. Dolan

Electronic Theses and Dissertations

The perceived value of interdisciplinary design among designers and the application of the design process was investigated. The research was designed to determine if interdisciplinary design was perceived to be beneficial to practitioners and educators. An 11-item survey was produced by the researcher and consisted of general demographic information, undergraduate education and training, and the benefits of interdisciplinary design. The sample was composed of representatives of the top 100 interior design firms of 2003 and members of the Interior Design Educators Council (IDEC). Respondents indicated training in Architecture, Graphic Design, Interior Design, and Industrial/Product Design, with Architecture and Interior ...


There Is A Silver Lining., Kaki D. Crowell-Hilde Aug 2003

There Is A Silver Lining., Kaki D. Crowell-Hilde

Electronic Theses and Dissertations

I investigated two unique processes developed throughout this body of work. The first technique is the cracking and lifting of an electroformed layer from a core vessel form. The second process, that I named “crunch-raising”, is used to form vessels.

General data is gathered through research of traditional metalsmithing processes. Using an individualized approach, new data is gathered through extensive experimentation to develop a knowledge base because specific reference information does not currently exist.

I find that an electroformed layer can be lifted from a core form with extreme torch heat to reveal the underlining vessel. I also find that ...


Teacher In The Spotlight, Bjorn Karlman Aug 2003

Teacher In The Spotlight, Bjorn Karlman

Lake Union Herald

No abstract provided.


John B. Fairbanks: The Man Behind The Canvas, Rachel Cope Aug 2003

John B. Fairbanks: The Man Behind The Canvas, Rachel Cope

Theses and Dissertations

A biographical sketch of artist John B. Fairbanks, this thesis primarily probes Fairbanks' evolution as an artist. From amateur, to art missionary, to professional artist, Fairbanks influenced his cultural surroundings in Utah and in The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. His commitment to his career and his impact on others significantly affected Utah and Mormon art. Thus it is important to understand and recognize the full portrait of John B. Fairbanks.

John B. Fairbanks, born on 27 December 1855, developed an interest in art while still young. Until reaching the age of thirty-four, he often worked as an ...


Mentorship, Richard Bresnahan Jun 2003

Mentorship, Richard Bresnahan

Asian Studies Faculty Publications

Part of a special section on mentoring. Ceramist Richard Bresnahan discusses his role as a mentor. Since setting up his first studio at St John's University in Collegeville, Minnesota, in 1979, Bresnahan has trained 32 apprentices. To alleviate the poverty that is an extra burden for many apprentices, grants from the university, the studio, and regional foundations provide apprentices with housing, food, health care, and a small monthly stipend. As all the clays and glazes employed in the studio come from local sources and are processed on site, there is a ready supply of materials for both apprentices and ...


Inside Front & Back Covers: Artwork, Donna Stanton Jun 2003

Inside Front & Back Covers: Artwork, Donna Stanton

Bridgewater Review

No abstract provided.


Metaphoric Vessels, Preston Saunders Jun 2003

Metaphoric Vessels, Preston Saunders

Bridgewater Review

No abstract provided.


Temporality, Impermanence And The Museum The Ethics Of Conservation And The Works Of Anselm Kiefer, Virginia A. Dressler May 2003

Temporality, Impermanence And The Museum The Ethics Of Conservation And The Works Of Anselm Kiefer, Virginia A. Dressler

Virginia A Dressler

Using some of the concepts from Heidegger's 'The origin of a work of art'
as a foundation, I will argue that every work is a unique and original entity, not
capable of being simulated or repeated by artificial means. A work is bound by the
temporal nature of its own material, as in all forms of matter. The product of
restoration work is ultimately a copy of the original, destroying a work's original
essence of time, material and space. Museums often present works as absolutes
within seemingly timeless walls of illusion. An environment of immortality is often
conveyed ...


Tygr 2003: A Literary & Art Magazine, Jill Forrestal, Deborah Bentley May 2003

Tygr 2003: A Literary & Art Magazine, Jill Forrestal, Deborah Bentley

TYGR: Student Art and Literary Magazine Archives (1985-2017)

TYGR is the student art and literary magazine for Olivet Nazarene University.


Some People Call Them Dolls: Capturing The Iconic Power Of The Female Form In Non-Ferrous Metals., Alison Greer Pack May 2003

Some People Call Them Dolls: Capturing The Iconic Power Of The Female Form In Non-Ferrous Metals., Alison Greer Pack

Electronic Theses and Dissertations

The artist discusses her Master of Fine Arts exhibition at East Tennessee State University, Slocumb Galleries, Johnson City, Tennessee, October 28-November 8, 2002. Her exhibition was a personal narrative of her southern upbringing in small town Appalachia as well as a reflection of her inner thoughts and feelings towards feminism, adolescence, sexuality and Barbie. She chose to reference the female form, void of an actual body, implied through clothing. Works are figurative and sculptural and are constructed of copper, sterling and fine silver. They are sculptural hollow vessels, raised, formed, and colored with gesso and prismacolor pencils.

Topics discussed: the ...


The Promethean, Spring/Summer 2003, English Department May 2003

The Promethean, Spring/Summer 2003, English Department

The Promethean

No abstract provided.


2003 Forces, Scott Yarbrough May 2003

2003 Forces, Scott Yarbrough

Forces

No abstract provided.