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Selected Course Work Produced at Kendall College of Art and Design
The author discusses her senior collection of drawings, graphic design classes at Kendall, and internship with Biggs/Gilmore Marketing in Kalamazoo
SIP NYC 198ONE
The author describes his apprenticeship with the artist Philip Pearlstein in New York and his senior collection of paintings.
Dust to Dust
The author discusses her senior collection of animal drawings inspired by their structural diversity and biological complexity and her study abroad experience in Kenya.
A Commitment to Art
The author presents his senior collection of figure and still life drawings with a reflection on how he changed his major to art.
The author presents his senior collection of drawings and discusses his influences.
School Daze: A Study in Human Figure
The author describes the development of his senior collection.
Paintings and Drawings
The author describes the process of creating a senior collection of paintings and drawings.
The Other Side of the World: Poetry/Painting SIP
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.
Transformations: Photographing the Nude - A Written Statement
As an Art History major, making my own art instead of researching someone else's work may not seem like a logical or even natural choice, but then slaughtering my finest impulses does not make any sense either. I struggled ...
The Evolution of the Impressionist Movement in Terms of Three Masters: Camille Pissarro, Claude Monet, and Pierre Auguste Renoir
The Impressionists were revolutionaries even if they dreaded that very idea. They succeeded in liberating painting from "academic form" because they stood up for their beliefs like no previous artists ever had. Their ...