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    • Abstracture, The Abstraction Of Architecture And Space: MFA Thesis - Painting and Drawing 

      Long, Brooke (2016-05)
      If a room or space can alter how we feel, if our feelings are affected by the color of the walls, the shape of a door, the design of the wallpaper, what will happen to us in places we experience or inhabit?
    • Asiaticoside : MFA Thesis - Painting and Drawing 

      An, Junmo (2014-05)
      I am wandering around the things that intrigue me, the beginning of maturation, the remains of life—such as ashes and bones, the objects that link our lives with our deaths. I walk on, like a column of ants. I feel something ...
    • BFA Thesis Project - Five Paintings 

      Fernandez, Sara (2010-07-29)
      A series of portraits completed for the BFA Thesis Project: #1 Bubbles in the Bay Window; #2 Carrot Cake for Breakfast; #3 Squishing Midnight Oranges; #4 The Celery Eater 1; #5 The Celery Eater 2
    • Points of Departure: MFA Thesis - Painting & Drawing 

      Nazari, Zahra (2014-05)
      I utilize both Architectonic structures and spacial relationships as metaphors for emotions I experienced coming from Iran to America and transitioning between two very different cultures. My working process combines both ...
    • Self / Conscious : MFA Thesis - Painting and Drawing 

      Guile, Lindsey (2014-05)
      My art work explores the intimate contact of physical interaction, especially with one's self. Beyond the sexual nature of touch, the focus is on discovery, acknowledgment, embodiment and eventually ownership. This series ...
    • Shui 

      Ma, Jingdi (2019-05)
      Shui is the Pinyin form of the Chinese word for water. This thesis centers itself around the complexities of how water is connotative to the emotional state of human nature. In the forms of a fifteen minute compilation ...
    • Siren II 

      Hampshire, John (1905-06-24)
      American, b. 1971
    • Some girls you’ve never seen before: MFA Thesis - Painting & Drawing  

      Arvay, Julia (2019-05)
      In my MFA Thesis Show entitled, “Some Girls You’ve Never Seen Before,” I am exploring the perception of class and gender through materiality. I am intrigued by how society’s associations with a material can alter the ...