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  • American macaroni: MFA Thesis - Ceramics   

    Rosenbach, Heather (2019-05)
    Working predominantly in ceramics, I seek to explore the concept of lowbrow art, verging on ugly, in conjunction with personal experiences growing up lower middle class-to-working class. Memories are exposited through ...
  • Material memoir: MFA Thesis - Ceramics 

    Sartorius, Andrew (2019-05)
    My family owns a fifty acre plot of rolling red clay hills in West Virginia. When I return home, I dig clay, a pilgrimage to harvest from the strata of memory. This body of work explores the potential of wild West Virginia ...
  • Noesis, the Inner Nature of Body Expression : MFA Thesis - Ceramics 

    Fortin, Christopher (2014-05)
    As we progress through time, language is generated and adapted through the ever-changing structures of society and technology. Like all languages, non-verbal communication has adapted and changed through time and culture. ...
  • Perpetually Fleeting: MFA Thesis - Ceramics 

    McCullough, Allora J. (2015-12)
    I am approaching a representation of the ethereal body. I am exploring the sculptural figure as both a body and as a vessel for the physical body. By forming metaphorical vessels for the spirit through visceral abstract ...
  • Rock paper scissors: MFA Thesis - Painting & Drawing  

    Strauss, Sharon (2019-05)
    For me, making art is a ritualistic process bound up in observations of the material world. It speaks to my desire to interpret the world around me. How can spaces we consider "ordinary" allow an opportunity for transcendence? ...
  • Un/Contained: MFA Thesis - Ceramics 

    O'Connell Reid, Jennifer (2018-05)
    My work revolves around the phenomenological experience of botanical enrapture. I explore the ways in which the vessel grounds otherwise unfathomable abstractions of desire and intimacy. I work with typologies of the vessel ...
  • You're welcome: MFA Thesis - Ceramics  

    Hedges, Tamar (2019-05)
    I have been collecting treasures from the landscapes of the Hudson Valley since childhood. This act of treasure-seeking allows me to escape into a world of my own creation. It’s a world where the only things I have to ...