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My West Africa : a Web Site
The child of missionaries who grew up in West Africa, the author describes the process of designing a website to answer the frequently asked question "What was that like?"
A Woman's Prerogative : Female Painters in 16th and 17th Century Italy and the Netherlands
The author reviews the life and work of six women : Levina Teerlinc, Maria van Oosterwyck, Fede Galizia, Artemisia Gentileschi, Lavinia Fontana, and Sofonisba Anguissola. She concludes that these six incredible, passionate ...
The author describes the process of writing, drawing and producing "Hostess Girl," a collection of comic strips.
The author discusses the preparation of her senior art exhibit. In oil and charcoal she explores the basic needs of children for education, food, water, and shelter. She discusses the influence of Marisol Escobar.
The author describes the process of creating a collection of paintings based on indigenous and feminist images.
Broken Dreams: A Visual Art SIP
Broken Dreams contained nine pieces. It contained 3 stools, a magazine rack, a wooden plate, a lamp, a candlestick, a cup, and a mirror. For the SIP, I named the pieces (mostly for simplicities sake). The silver stool ...
The author describes the evolution of her work away from the human figure and toward abstract expressionism. In discussing her collection of eight drawings using conte or charcoal on wax, paper, and canvas, she says “I ...
Who's Crazy: An Art Installation About My Experiences Working with Mentally Ill and Developmentally Disabled Adults at Living Ways, Inc. : A Written Statement
The author describes the pieces in her mixed media installation reflecting on her experience working with schizophrenic and bipolar residents of a group home. The author states “Working at Living Ways, Inc. has provided ...
Senior Individualized Project
The author describes how his experience with comic book art led to developing a collection of 32 portraits based on a 1967 college yearbook, drawn with condensed graphite on museum board.
The author describes the inspiration for a series of line drawings portraits of people on cell phones.