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Constructing a Deconstruction
"Composed entirely of waxed-paper cylinders, Constructing a Deconstruction explores repetition of form, focusing on how the arrangement of multiples can shape the overall impression of a work. The light that traverses the ...
Internship SIP : Miami, New York, Bogota
The author describes her internship with feminist artist Sandra Bermudez in Miami and Bogota, Colombia and with Sandra's boyfriend, art promoter Michael Sellinger at the Scope Art Fair in Southampton, NY. She discusses the ...
The author explores the question of “Why do we make art?” and how viewers interact with artwork through an installation/performance piece using gauze, felted fiber patches, steel tubing, light, and herself to create a ...
Beauty as an Experience of Life
Beauty as an Experience of Life is a faux museum exhibit that addresses the use of photography as a means of recording and preserving memories from our personal lives. It emphasizes the development of the Kodak Camera in ...
Bandaid for a Bullet Wound
The paintings in Bandaid for a Bullet Wound are abstractions based on the visual disturbances and symptoms of migraines. Migraine sufferers usually experience a severe, pounding headache, nausea, dizziness, sensitivity to ...
Definition of the Male Figure
The author describes the development of her senior exhibition, ten oil and conte studies of the human body inspired by Michelangelo, Gericault, Robert Mapplethorpe, and fellow Kalamazoo College student Jorrin Bossen.
The Virgin Immaculate, East to West : Byzantine Stylistic and Iconographic Influence on Madonna and Child Paintings in Venice and Its Development Through the Paintings of Giovanni Bellini
The career of Giovanni Bellini can be considered the turning point in Venetian art, when the city's Byzantine heritage and Western influences converged at their finest. If we trace the developments of Giovanni's Madonna ...