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Blue Sky, Red Earth : Portraits of Laverton
The author describes the process of photographing the Wongatha Women of Northeastern Perth, Australia.
The author describes the inspiration for her installation that explores graphic design, advertising, and public artwork. First presenting a research study of these three topics, then reviewing the artists that inspired her work.
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 ...
Things Fall Apart
"Any art that involves exposure to 2000 degree heat involves some aspect of good faith and reliance on chance. Although every precaution can be taken, ceramic artists never know exactly what to expect when they open the ...
The Space Between Action and Distraction
“In the studio, I am alone with my thoughts. I communicate with them, and they with me. As they form, they reflect my different states of mind: Action, distraction, reaction, interaction, and abstraction. I started this ...
Manifest I of "The Honest," 2009
" ’Nothing external matters here, except as it shows you its inner reflection.’ It is understood through history that what is seen is rarely enough to provide the viewer with a full explanation. In order to gather the most ...
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, ...
Cellular Distortion : Works in the Digital Arts
An installation of digital images inspired by the electronic devices that enslave us.
The author presents a collection of black and white photographs that documents her experience in Nairobi, Kenya with a focus on lessening some of the stereotypes of Africa that many individuals hold true for the whole continent.
il Cuore Sacro Che e Suo : the Sacred Heart That is Your own
The author describes the inspiration and process of creating an installation of photography exploring the relationship of the individual to religion in Catholic Rome. The author describes the decision to display ten ...