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The Cliffs Of Moher, Megan M. Mishler May 2020

The Cliffs Of Moher, Megan M. Mishler

TYGR: Student Art and Literary Magazine 2018-present

No abstract provided.


Winds Of Change, Megan M. Mishler May 2020

Winds Of Change, Megan M. Mishler

TYGR: Student Art and Literary Magazine 2018-present

No abstract provided.


“Birth”, Joshua C. Mettille May 2020

“Birth”, Joshua C. Mettille

TYGR: Student Art and Literary Magazine 2018-present

I am an artist who creates abstracted images of birds using different colors, shapes, and lines. Each piece represents a major part of my past, present, or future and my memories and feelings associated with them. This is part of my solo exhibition “Reflections,” as I am reflecting back on my life through the act of painting.


Entire Issue, Kyra E. Blair, Rachel Sedgwick May 2020

Entire Issue, Kyra E. Blair, Rachel Sedgwick

TYGR: Student Art and Literary Magazine 2018-present

No abstract provided.


Coffee Break, Reeya Gandhi May 2020

Coffee Break, Reeya Gandhi

Diamond Line Undergraduate Literary Magazine

Reeya Gandhi is a freshman at the University of Arkansas double majoring in social work and English (Creative Writing).


Permeable Figure, Justice Henderson May 2020

Permeable Figure, Justice Henderson

Diamond Line Undergraduate Literary Magazine

Justice Henderson is a senior at the University of Aranksas recieving a BFA in painting, a BA in journalism and a minor in art history. Engaging with the abstraction of perception, Henderson uses painting and drawing techniques to investigate the concept of ephemerality and reconfigures shapes and colors to create a visual experience based on the illusion of three-dimensional space. Henderson lives on her homewtown of Morrilton, AR, where she continues to create paintings, drawings and installations.


Charting A New Course Through Meaningful Occupation, Jennifer K. Fortuna Apr 2020

Charting A New Course Through Meaningful Occupation, Jennifer K. Fortuna

The Open Journal of Occupational Therapy

Rory Odom, an artist and United States Marine Corps Veteran based in Florida, provided the cover art for the Spring 2020 issue of The Open Journal of Occupational Therapy (OJOT). “Turtles All the Way Down” is an 8”x10” oil painting on canvas. After a tragic accident changed the course of Rory’s life, painting gave him hope. During rehabilitation, Rory sought opportunities to challenge himself and build technical skill as a painter. His bold use of color and signature impressionist style convey emotion and movement. In the face of adversity, meaningful occupation helped Rory chart a new course in ...


Flowers In A Wasteland 2, Elizabeth V. Netcher Jan 2020

Flowers In A Wasteland 2, Elizabeth V. Netcher

The Hilltop Review

This piece represents abstracted flowers thriving in a wasteland. Though the flowers are difficult to make out, the viewer can still distinguish each flower through the hazy blur of a landscape.


Facilitating The Creative Process Through Collaboration, Jennifer K. Fortuna Oct 2019

Facilitating The Creative Process Through Collaboration, Jennifer K. Fortuna

The Open Journal of Occupational Therapy

Miles Parker Scharfenberg, an artist based in Richland, Michigan, provided the cover art for the Fall 2019 edition of The Open Journal of Occupational Therapy (OJOT). “Late Night Fireworks” is a 30” x 40” painting made from acrylic on canvas. Born 15 weeks premature, Miles’ multiple health impairments have made it difficult to engage in meaningful occupations, such as painting. With support from his mother, Carol; occupational therapy students; and members of the community; Miles creates colorful abstract expressionist paintings. Collaboration is part of his creative process. In this fifth anniversary issue of OJOT, Occupation and the Artist is following ...


Cempasuchitl, Jennifer Lopez May 2019

Cempasuchitl, Jennifer Lopez

I2

No abstract provided.


Winter Birches At York Redoubt, Irene Oore Feb 2018

Winter Birches At York Redoubt, Irene Oore

The Goose

This painting of Winter Birches at York Redoubt in Halifax, Nova Scotia reflects the grandeur and beauty of the historic site on which it sits and evacuates the fortification from it. York Redoubt, now a National Historic Park, was constructed in 1793 (just as war broke out between Britain and France) on a bluff at the narrowest point on the outer harbour. It overlooks the entrance to Halifax Harbour at Ferguson's Cove, Nova Scotia, Canada.


Combining An Intuitive Art Workshop And Neuroscience Rituals To Make Us Happy, Audrey Gran Weinberg Dec 2017

Combining An Intuitive Art Workshop And Neuroscience Rituals To Make Us Happy, Audrey Gran Weinberg

The STEAM Journal

One might wonder how intuitive art can connect to neuroscience and how this could be accomplished. In this descriptive article, research connecting art therapy and neuroscience has been collected and a workshop on Intuitive Painting has been described in detail. The connection was made by the author based on an article by Barker (2017), ‘4 Rituals to be more Happy,’ who writes a popular science blog. The rituals: gratefulness, expressing negative emotions, decision making and human touch were combined with Dr. Pinkie Feinstein’s method of Intuitive Painting in a small group setting. Although subjective, it would seem that at ...


108 4th Avenue Southwest, Matt Drissell Dec 2017

108 4th Avenue Southwest, Matt Drissell

Pro Rege

No abstract provided.


441 East 1st Street, Matt Drissell Dec 2017

441 East 1st Street, Matt Drissell

Pro Rege

No abstract provided.


445 And 449 East First Street, Matt Drissell Dec 2017

445 And 449 East First Street, Matt Drissell

Pro Rege

No abstract provided.


About Logan Weihe And Beloved Microcosm, Logan M. Weihe Nov 2017

About Logan Weihe And Beloved Microcosm, Logan M. Weihe

Steeplechase: An ORCA Student Journal

No abstract provided.


Fall 2016, Vantage Point Aug 2017

Fall 2016, Vantage Point

Vantage Point

No abstract provided.


Silver Lining, Abigail Remington May 2017

Silver Lining, Abigail Remington

AWE (A Woman’s Experience)

artwork


In Arcadia, Madeline Rupard May 2017

In Arcadia, Madeline Rupard

AWE (A Woman’s Experience)

painting


Loiza Pa', Milan Bird-Riacoko Jan 2017

Loiza Pa', Milan Bird-Riacoko

The Hilltop Review

No abstract provided.


Painting With Horses Towards Interspecies Response-Ability: Non-Human Charisma As Material Affect, Madeleine Boyd Jan 2017

Painting With Horses Towards Interspecies Response-Ability: Non-Human Charisma As Material Affect, Madeleine Boyd

Animal Studies Journal

Leading up to the 2014 Melbourne Cup three communication modes were employed by unrelated horse welfare activists to raise awareness of cruelty in the racing industry. The intention to increase empathy with horses ties together these efforts, which are characterised as written, visual and immersive. This paper uses the lens of Jamie Lorimer’s three types of non-human charisma to consider the potential for each communication mode to achieve the goal of change towards interspecies response-ability. Charisma is considered in this paper to be a form of material-affect within new materialism that offers a more complex tool for analysis than ...


Blue Tree, Jake Van Wyk Dec 2016

Blue Tree, Jake Van Wyk

Pro Rege

No abstract provided.


Blast Of Fun, Matt Drissell Dec 2016

Blast Of Fun, Matt Drissell

Pro Rege

No abstract provided.


Oak Grove Drawing, Jake Van Wyk Dec 2016

Oak Grove Drawing, Jake Van Wyk

Pro Rege

No abstract provided.


Jaguar Sun, Anya Nadal Nov 2016

Jaguar Sun, Anya Nadal

The STEAM Journal

Cymatics, is derived from a Greek word, meaning "wave", is a subset of modal vibrational phenomena. The term was coined by Hans Jenny, a Swiss follower of the philosophical school known as anthroposophy. This is a visual representation of the frequency field. I created this piece from acrylic on canvas based on the subtle energies I can see and feel.


Private Matter Oct 2016

Private Matter

SIGNED: The Magazine of The Hong Kong Design Institute

The artist Christopher Le Brun came to HKDI in September to share his idea that art is quintessentially private, rooted in emotion and that artists must have the courage to keep their work alive even if the world does not yet appreciate their vision.


Painting With Scissors Oct 2016

Painting With Scissors

SIGNED: The Magazine of The Hong Kong Design Institute

During the summer months a seven foot tall calligraphy brush drew the eyes of visitors to the HKDI campus and led them to work by Wu GuanZhong (吳冠中, 1919-2010), a Chinese painter who is suddenly back in vogue as a new generation of artists appraise his contribution to contemporary art.


The Future Is Fire, Ariel Berry Jun 2016

The Future Is Fire, Ariel Berry

The Hilltop Review

No abstract provided.


Mimicry And Mimesis: Matrix Insect, Madeleine Kelly Jun 2016

Mimicry And Mimesis: Matrix Insect, Madeleine Kelly

Animal Studies Journal

Paintings and insects might seem like odd companions. In this paper I describe how a series of paintings I made depicting insects creates associations between mimesis and mimicry in order to flag a sort of protective self-referentiality – one where painting resists its proverbial ‘end’ and insects are presented as vital new orders. Drawing upon art historical references, such as Surrealism and the modernist grid, I argue that playing on these references and the compositional effects of camouflage enlivens our regard for the sensuous worlds of both insects and painting. I conclude by exploring how paintings of insects are powerful metaphors ...


Biotopes And Ecotones: Slippery Images On The Edge Of The French Atlantic, Maura Coughlin Mar 2016

Biotopes And Ecotones: Slippery Images On The Edge Of The French Atlantic, Maura Coughlin

Landscapes: the Journal of the International Centre for Landscape and Language

Looking outside canonical late nineteenth- and early twentieth-century modernist images of the French Atlantic coast, this essay examines usually discrete fields of landscape painting, botanical visual culture and nascent intertidal natural history to articulate an ecological realism of the ecotone. In a survey of peasant gleaning practices, popular natural science of the shore as well as amateur marine botany, the ecological visual literacy of viewers of this era is speculatively assembled. Works by artists such as Elodie La Villete, Charles Cottet, André Dauchez and Mathurin Méheut who lived long term on the coast are put into dialogue with the pressed ...