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    • An Observation of Gender Roles in Japan : A Senior Individualized Project 

      Trierweiler, Marissa (2011)
      The artist writes “My life has been a constant exploration into my identity as a half-Japanese woman. The past few years in college have allowed me to expand my views and experience Japan first-hand. The point of my artwork ...
    • Oceans 

      Yasmanaka, Yuriko (1988)
      The author describes her collection of Japanese inspired paintings.
    • Of Light and Shadows: Portraits of a Market Town in Ecuador 

      Prickett, Jennifer (1992)
      The author presents a collection of photographs of the indigenous people of Otavalo, Ecuador taken during her semester abroad.
    • The Offering : A Senior Individualized Project 

      Peden, Nassau (2009)
      The artist writes “We are living segmented lives. We are estranged from our own bodies. We are told that nudity, hair, bodily functions, natural rhythms and cycles are crude, vulgar, and ‘uncivilized.’ Society subtly ...
    • Office Anxiety, Office Boredom, Office Monotony 

      Hammerly, Allison (2015)
      "Office Anxiety, Office Boredom, Office Monotony" is a series of eight digital illustrations that deal with the psychological effects of boredom and monotony on the human mind, using the office workplace as a setting. The ...
    • On My Animal Kingdom: Brick Mason 

      Caruthers, Donald (1975)
      The author describes his senior collection of etching.
    • Organic Revelry: a Senior Project in Painting 

      Hoyle, Martha (1989)
      The author discusses the inspiration behind her senior painting collection, searching for the abstract texture of objects, including Heronymous Bosch, M. C. Escher, and Jackson Pollack.
    • The Oriental Influence on English Art: 1850-1900, with an Emphasis on James McNeill Whistler 

      Nesburg, Janet A. (1975)
      The question may be raised concerning the use of the term "Oriental" in this thesis. This term is used to refer to Japan and China, with an emphasis on Japan. During the time between 1850 and 1900, few artists made any ...
    • The Other Side of the World: Poetry/Painting SIP 

      Laymon, Heather (1989)
      The original SIP is described as "a collection of painting, drawing, and poetry created as a means of connection through breaking down boundaries." Only the poems are found here.
    • Our Living Frame 

      Norman, Megan (1990)
      The author describes the inspiration she finds in architecture for her collection of thirteen watercolors that explore the beauty of both architectural and human structures.
    • Painting Dance: A Studio Art Senior Individualized Project 

      Hauk, Michelle L. (2007)
      The dance is eternal. It is a manifestation of life in its truest form, and it is this experience of life through dance that I desire to bring to canvas. T.S. Eliot writes in Buirnt Norton, "The dance along the artery/ ...
    • Painting Project 

      Malz, Olivia (1971)
      The author describes the development of her senior painting collection.
    • Paintings 

      Gass, Elizabeth (1994)
      The author describes her focus on symbolism and color in a collection of eight oil paintings inspired by the works of Jasper Johns, Gustav Klimpt, and Al Held.
    • Paintings 

      Sheridan, Kym (1992)
      A collection of 19 watercolors and paper collages.
    • Paintings & Drawwings of the Figure 

      Janasov, Eric (1994)
      My art in basic terms, is about mastering a medium, oil pastels and oil paint, color and the human form. My ambition to strive for realism is born from a love for observation; the focus required of the mind to digest ...
    • Paintings and Drawings 

      Spreitzer, Josephine M. (1985)
      The author describes the process of creating a senior collection of paintings and drawings.
    • Paintings of My Gramma 

      Dimitrijevic, Aleksander (2000)
      I would say that I knew what I wanted the focus of my SIP to be from the start. I had decided on study abroad that I wanted to do a painting SIP instead of a working with ceramics. This is mostly because I was relatively ...
    • The Parallels of Dada and Punk 

      Lorey, Eric R. (1983)
      The Dada movement is as ill-understood today as when it flourished in relative obscurity-from 1915 to 1921. There is no consensus concerning the very origin of the word "Dada," having been variously explained as the words ...
    • Past in Stone 

      Burnett, Laura V. (2012)
      “Throughout my life, as I have traveled across the world, I have admired the equilibrium between beauty and fact, technicality and creativity and how they sustain each other through their differences. As both a Mathematics ...
    • Patchwork Ceramics 

      Ritchie, Nicole (2007)
      The inspiration for this installation of ceramic bowls and serving pieces came from vintage fabrics and Judy Chicago's Dinner Party.