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Symbolic Meaning In The Objects Of Robert Rauschenburg And Jasper Johns, Jacqueline Crouch Jan 1974

Symbolic Meaning In The Objects Of Robert Rauschenburg And Jasper Johns, Jacqueline Crouch

Masters Theses

No abstract provided.


The Stations Of The Cross: A Personal Interpretation, Roy Rusty E. Smith Ii Jan 1974

The Stations Of The Cross: A Personal Interpretation, Roy Rusty E. Smith Ii

Masters Theses

No abstract provided.


Beyond Noah's Arc, Ten Panel Polyptych, Dennis D. Berger Jan 1974

Beyond Noah's Arc, Ten Panel Polyptych, Dennis D. Berger

Masters Theses

No abstract provided.


Acrylic Sheet In Combination With Other Plastics As A Personal Art Form, Olga K. Durham Jan 1974

Acrylic Sheet In Combination With Other Plastics As A Personal Art Form, Olga K. Durham

Masters Theses

No abstract provided.


A Comparative Analysis Of Selected Twentieth Century Watercolorists, Bonnie L. Ferguson Jan 1974

A Comparative Analysis Of Selected Twentieth Century Watercolorists, Bonnie L. Ferguson

Masters Theses

My objectives in writing this paper were to research selected watercolorists whose work I admire and whose work bears a relationship to my own, and to make a comparative analysis. In the process of research, I found that not all of the work of the artists I had chosen related totally to my own, but there was at least one of the basic elements that did apply. I wanted to learn from looking at their work and reading about their philosophies. That I did; and it has stimulated in me many thoughts and plans, wishes to try some of their ...


Eight Teacher-Potters, Bob Daugherty Jan 1974

Eight Teacher-Potters, Bob Daugherty

Masters Theses

This paper presents a survey of statements and the works of eight teacher-potters in Illinois. The works range from simple functional ware to funk art objects. The firing temperatures range from low fire white ware to high fire salt. The styles of the work are many; the philosophies of the work varied; and techniques of the work are diversified; but common to each work is its creation from idea to actuality by the teacher-potter. Beyond depicting the work, the paper attempts to establish the teacher-potter who created the work by showing photographs of him and by presenting his ideas and ...


The Photo-Image: Its Transformation And Reformation, John Lim Jan 1974

The Photo-Image: Its Transformation And Reformation, John Lim

Masters Theses

No abstract provided.


Reconstruction Of Childhood Nostalgia Using Mixed Media, William H. Christ Jr. Jan 1974

Reconstruction Of Childhood Nostalgia Using Mixed Media, William H. Christ Jr.

Masters Theses

The subject of children and adults within spatial environments in two and three dimension, all are included to form the basis of this thesis projects. The paper describes the subject matter by means of procedures, references, and methods of presentation.

Chapter I explains the overall problems, the materials incorporated, and shows actual photographs of the work. Chapter II provides historical precedents relevant to the topic chosen. Chapter III involves a presentation which uses three separate aspects inviting the spectator to join in and by participating relate to each experience in his or her own way.


Borrowed Images: Work In Color Separation Photo Serigraphy, Eugene Arnold Staudt Jan 1974

Borrowed Images: Work In Color Separation Photo Serigraphy, Eugene Arnold Staudt

Masters Theses

No abstract provided.


Experience As Art Form, Karen Karabasz Jan 1974

Experience As Art Form, Karen Karabasz

Masters Theses

No abstract provided.


The Adaptability Of Aluminum-Plate Lithography To Eastern Illinois University, Nancy Sue Jones Jan 1974

The Adaptability Of Aluminum-Plate Lithography To Eastern Illinois University, Nancy Sue Jones

Masters Theses

No abstract provided.


Sculpture Through Interchangeable Boxes, Dale Wisniewski Jan 1974

Sculpture Through Interchangeable Boxes, Dale Wisniewski

Masters Theses

The objective of this paper is to focus attention on the versatility of the solid geometric box and its variations as utilized by the author in creating a multitude ot interchangeable sculpture from a single set of boxes. The intent of the artist, in using the box, was to create a set of boxes which could be arranged in a variety of positions to become at each time a unique and valid sculpture. For purposes of this paper the term box will be used to denote structures comprising three dimensions with opposite sides being parallel and adjacent sides at right ...


The "Illuminusion" Concept, Ray Murman Jan 1974

The "Illuminusion" Concept, Ray Murman

Masters Theses

My intention in painting and drawing is to demonstrate luminous effects in an atmospheric field.

In painting, attention is directed to various color impressions. A color may be perceived as iridescent, metallic, filmy, voluminous, hard, etc. Also, an overall tinted atmosphere establishes a misty field in which these color impressions are displayed. A systematically prepared palette of adjusted colors is then formed. The idea is a planned color effect transforming design elements.

In drawing, light and dark contrast control sets the illumination character. Various graphitic media are used to render atmospheric perspective and delineate objects in space. Impressions of texture ...