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Choose Your Own Vacation
The author describes the evolution of his project from photographing popular travel destinations around the country to a presentation that has viewers select vacation destinations then experience a slide presentation and ...
Blue Sky, Red Earth : Portraits of Laverton
The author describes the process of photographing the Wongatha Women of Northeastern Perth, Australia.
The Flow of Eternity
The author describes the evolution of a body of photographic work combining the styles of his three greatest influences: Ansel Adams, Edward Weston, and Richard Misrach. He revisited some of the same places where Weston ...
The art/Thea rt/T heart
“This body of work represents an ongoing composite of dichotomies made visual. Each piece was designed with the idea of representing the inherent tension between the visible and the invisible, the interior and the exterior, ...
Ridiculous : a Photographic Exploration of Gender Roles in Media
Artist statement: "Go ahead, laugh! This is ridiculous! Laughter may be the best medicine, but making light of something also allows people to see things differently. As Maya Angelou says: "It is good for a woman to keep ...
The author describes an installation of photographs, cut paper mosaic, and wooden botanical plaques. The artist statement declares "As a whole the human race processes its environment, extracting what it desires, leaving ...
The author discusses the process of compiling a collection of photographs using a pinhole camera to shoot scenes from Kalamazoo and Cleveland, primarily factories and abandoned buildings. The author’s intention was to not ...
The author describes the storytelling and illustrative process of creating and original comic book entitled The Wanted. The project includes the script and ten comic book pages.
Raven and The Dove: Illustrations for a Children's Novella
When I began work on these illustrations this past winter quarter, I began the task of visually telling the story of Raven and the Dove. I mapped out all the moments I wanted to visualize. Somehow, I did not seem content ...
Relate: A Creative Art SIP
The author discusses an installation of color woodcut prints based on the relative nature of memory, childhood stories, flashbacks, and expressions from photos. She discusses the influence of artists Helen Frankenthaler, ...