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River Ocean, Jake Van Wyk Dec 2005

River Ocean, Jake Van Wyk

Pro Rege

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Canyon, Marilyn Weidenaar Dec 2005

Canyon, Marilyn Weidenaar

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Spring Bursts, Marilyn Weidenaar Dec 2005

Spring Bursts, Marilyn Weidenaar

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Mud And Ashes., Timothy Mcdonald May 2005

Mud And Ashes., Timothy Mcdonald

Electronic Theses and Dissertations

The artist discusses the work in Mud and Ashes, his Master of Fine Arts exhibition held at Slocumb Galleries, East Tennessee State University, Johnson City, Tennessee, from March 28 to April 1, 2005. The exhibition marks a turning point in the artist’s work, occupying a beginning place as he completes his graduate career. The work consists of fifteen paintings and one sculptural installation. The paintings are on paper and employ local materials such as red clay, pollen, and beeswax along with traditional artist’s materials such as oil and charcoal. Fire and a power sander have also been used ...


Art Walk Map & Works On Loan, Gallery Of Contemporary Art Jan 2005

Art Walk Map & Works On Loan, Gallery Of Contemporary Art

Sacred Heart University Art Collection

Photos and descriptions of some of the outdoor sculptures on display on the campus of Sacred Heart University and a map of the locations of these and other works of art.


Codes Of Interaction, Timothy Michael Martin Jan 2005

Codes Of Interaction, Timothy Michael Martin

Theses and Dissertations

The ideas within this thesis are meant to clarify my explorations, research and painting practice during my studies at Virginia Commonwealth University. I expand on my general statements about being fascinated by advancing technologies and concerned about the after effects of these advancements. The writing explores my curiosity about the internal, skeletal structure of things and how they operate. I explain how the paintings are idiosyncratic hybrids that evoke animation, imaginary scientific propositions, blueprints, maps, and advancing technologies. The work combines these interests with my observations of day-to-day experiences. Isolated events provide found compositions which I then manipulate: a seemingly ...