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    • Facts. Maybe, A Collection of Hypotheticals: MFA Thesis - Metal 

      Breckner, Brooke (2017-05)
      This collection of objects, set in a hypothetical future, explores the way in which aspects of our present-day lives might be perceived in the centuries to come. Manufacturing techniques employed in the future will affect ...
    • Feast: MFA Thesis - Sculpture 

      Zhang, Mingqiu (2017-05)
      I am exploring how humans balance positive desire and the avariciousness in our everyday lives. My work reveals the excess desire that will lead to human extinction. My inspiration begins with a famous ancient Chinese ...
    • Forgiven: MFA Thesis - Painting 

      Bennett, Michelle (2014-05)
      My work reflects an effort to channel memories and experiences onto the canvas. I paint about pain and internalized struggle where language is often inadequate to describe these effects. I am interested in creating ...
    • FORGOTTEN VICTIMS, Women in a Middle Eastern War: MFA Thesis - Printmaking 

      Yontar, Arzu (2016-05)
      As a Muslim woman artist from Turkey, I am very sensitive to and aware of what is currently happening in the Middle East and I am especially concerned about the women and children living in that part of the world. It is ...
    • Forsaking Our Shallow Seas: MFA Thesis - Printmaking 

      Kari, Victoria (2016-05)
      The Earth’s coral reefs are in extreme danger, which ultimately means that our human existence is also threatened. As a scuba diver and artist, I have researched the causes and effects of declining coral reef health, as ...
    • Four: MFA Thesis- Printmaking 

      Mino, Nicholas J. (2017-05)
      Employing the characteristics associated with the imagery of The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse, I interrogate the status of our current environment. Focusing on recognizable motifs that represent our interconnected ...
    • Fragmentary Oceans : MFA Thesis - Ceramics 

      Horvat, Sabina (2014-05)
      I am interested in how the inscription of our observations and gestures within the landscape defines our connection with the environment. My inspiration comes from nature as it represents a reflection of our interventions. ...
    • Gathered lines: MFA Thesis - Metal  

      Alusitz, Sylvie Lissa (2019-05)
      The home serves to protect our daydreams, compilations of memory and imagination. As material representations of place, baskets embody the environments they are crafted in. I explore connections to place by interpreting ...
    • Heart Math: MFA Thesis - Painting 

      Pacione, Andrea (2017-05)
      Pacione is a Hudson Valley native artist best known for oil paintings described as Abstract-Surrealism, or Surrealist-Abstraction, as well as surrealist and stream-of-consciousness poetry performance. Internal landscapes ...
    • A hollow hold: MFA Thesis - Metal    

      Lewis, Elizabeth (2019-05)
      A Hollow Hold is a collection of necklaces and objects that point to sites on the body to interpret the impossibilities of telling. Cradling stolen moments of breath and bearing the weight of memory, each piece refers to ...
    • Home/Sweet Home: MFA Thesis - Painting & Drawing 

      Moneymaker, Sara (2018-05)
      Home/Sweet Home explores human presence and absence by calling attention to what is not there. This series of paintings explore the profound loneliness of abandoned interior spaces. Themes revolve around how an environment ...
    • Honesty: MFA Thesis - Painting 

      Lee, Geuryung (2017-05)
      The subject of my work is spatial relationships. As an abstract painter, I use marks, symbols, gestures, color, texture, shape, and value to convey situations, context, and emotional states of being. Through my current ...
    • How Small Pieces Become: MFA Thesis- Metal 

      Martin, Lydia (2017-05)
      Within this body of work entitled how small pieces become, I ask my audience to experience with me objects of adornment that are subtle and meaningful by means of traditional making processes. how small pieces become is ...
    • How to Steal the American Dream: MFA Thesis - Sculpture 

      Monk, Andy (2017-12)
      The work in my MFA thesis exhibition, How to Steal the American Dream creates a rare opportunity for honest examination and discussion of a political topic in the era of “alternative facts” and “fake news” by using visual ...
    • I'm good, you?: MFA Thesis - Sculpture 

      Cunningham, Amy (2016-05)
      I am enchanted by the absurd and the asinine. My work inhabits the precarious space forged between reality and mockery; this is the intersection from which I create. My thesis work creates an experiential representation ...
    • In Between: MFA Thesis - Ceramics 

      Oh, Eunyoung (2017-05)
      My work reconstructs my childhood memories of longing to value moments of the past. I investigate the intersection of my heritage, yearnings, and life in the present. I build clay sculptural forms, using Korean methods of ...
    • In this era of big data those things we do not notice: MFA Thesis - Metal 

      Wan, Kehan (Yoky) (2020-05)
      We live in an information-overloaded era. We are trapped and enslaved, while at the same time perceiving this as convenient. The overload of data exists with both advantages and disadvantages. We are able to get to know ...
    • In//Access//Able: MFA Thesis - Metal 

      Huckins, John (2014-05)
      I manipulate rods of steel and bronze in a way that is in conflict with the materials’ own properties. Through my work, through effort, I show the relation between a body in action and the material’s ability to be ...
    • Instruments of wonder: MFA Thesis - Metal   

      Chen, Xiao (2019-05)
      This collection of optical instruments allows the audience to imagine their surroundings through a new lens: to hide, to look inward, or to discover. This set of invented tools examine perception and promote exploration. ...
    • JAKE QUEST: MFA Thesis - Sculpture 

      Demenkoff, Jake (2018-05)
      Objects made by humans contain within them human characteristics. For example, chairs, like people, have legs, arms, backs, feet. Bottles have necks. Clocks have hands. People and the objects we make are unified by a common ...