Browsing Herron School of Art and Design Theses by Title

Browsing Herron School of Art and Design Theses by Title

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  • Bord, Jason Dillon (2012-07-23)
    Throughout my life , my connection to art has been tied to a tradition of labor and to the natural environment. My attraction to the outdoors directly affects my material choices and the work I make. Through interacting ...
  • Gutierrez, Rogelio (2012-07-23)
    My story begins in Jalisco, Mexico where Rogelio and Maria Del Carmen were born and would eventually fall in love. Rogelio is from a small town called Santillan, Jalisco. He is one of twelve brothers and sisters that ...
  • Hoefle, Michael (2013-06-03)
    It was just about five years ago that I started off on the journey that is now coming to an end. I was unhappily working away in the commercial photo industry as a digital technician and second shooter. Not a bad gig for ...
  • Cortez, Susana (2013-08-09)
    My work is a manifestation of emotions concerning personal, social, and political issues that influence the way I perceive life. I manifest my emotions towards these issues in a spontaneous way, through the exploration and ...
  • TENNANT, SUSAN (2011-11-02)
    In his famous essay “On the Spiritual in Art,” Wassily Kandinsky, described art as a portrayal of spiritual values. He stated “All art builds from the spiritual and intellectual life. While each art form appears to be ...
  • Sansone, Dominic Mario (2011-11-02)
    Through my current body of artwork I am venturing to give voice to the violence of humankind and the role each of us play in facilitating an endless cycle of barbarity. Much of the work is autobiographical, drawing heavily ...
  • Ingram, Elizabeth (2014)
    I am drawn to the most human of things, the ordinary everyday experiences that connect us. I seek to remember pieces of life that are easily forgotten or left behind. It is within the constructs of interdependence that my ...
  • Pazzol, Matthew (2011-11-02)
    Life is often compared to a maze. Each decision is a path that leads to another path, towards some goal and, inevitably, an exit. But the puzzle of the maze is invented, and life is real. My art is the maze of how I see ...
  • Khazie, Amina (2013-03-06)
    As long as I can remember, I have been a designer. As a child I spent my time painting and decorating furniture in our home. My best model was my father who designed, decorated and built our marvelous house in Tehran,Iran. ...
  • Miley, Aaron Joseph (2012-07-23)
    Furniture makers have a responsibility to influence the way viewers process and interpret their pieces. Using personal memories and life experiences as points of departure, my furniture pieces will attempt to challenge ...
  • Ellis, Charles Stephen (2013-05-29)
    DIRECT Rad·i·cal in·tu·i·tion: DE-centering the black box within MA ‘space-time interval’ The process in the creation of my work in ‘studio furniture’ and the underlying research has its INTENTIONS in the elaboration of ...
  • Ehrsam, Bradley (2014)
    Public Practice is vital for personal and cultural development and it connects individuals to the larger world. Art enables creative exploration, helps build confidence, and enables children in disadvantaged schools to ...
  • Moffatt, Heidi N. (2014-05-30)
    The first successful photography experiments occurred in the early 1800s, and since this time photography has attracted artists, scientists, amateurs, and therapists who wish to enhance the treatment of their clients. ...
  • Sowles, Gene H. (2011-11-02)
    What I find interesting about the process of exploration is the quality of not knowing. When I came to graduate school it was with the intent of keeping an open mind to the possibility of growing. I wanted to be able to ...
  • Timmerman, Hillary (2014-05-30)
    Self-harming among adolescents is a rapidly growing clinical issue. The behavior is also one of the most difficult clinical issues for many professionals (Brown and Kimball, 2013; Favazza, 1998; Muehlenkamp & Gutierrez, ...
  • Tommer, Nathan (2014)
    I describe the work that I have made for my MFA thesis show as sculptural, Modernist inspired furniture, with forms based on or derived from those of classic mass manufactured children’s toys. It is a body of work which ...
  • Liu, Shi-Fen (2012-07-23)
    Making art is a way of communication, a method of how to see the world, an attitude toward my life, and a process of struggling for bringing beauty to the community. As a global citizen ...
  • Adeniyi, Linda B. (2014-05-30)
    In the United States, women are vulnerable to sexual violence regardless of their socioeconomic conditions (Black, et.al, 2010; Wadeson, 2010; Basile, 2002). Women make up 50.8 percent of the U.S. population (U. S. Census ...
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    Russell, Hillary Erin (2014-06-24)
    Life and death seem to be opposite in definition but I believe it is death that makes life. The two need each other and death is what defines life for me. How do we know what happiness is without sadness? How can we ...
  • Wallace, Natalie (2014-05-30)
    History is a cyclical phenomenon; by reviewing the past, we can gain knowledge to improve the future. Since art therapy was first conducted in psychiatric hospitals, it is important to reflect on the history and commemorate ...

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