Recent Submissions

  • Brandon Hopper : capstone 

    Contributor:Hopper, Brandon
    Date Submitted:2017
    I like to consider myself an interdisciplinary artist. The points where different mediums and art forms overlap are where I like to operate. I believe that all art and design is a combination of different ideas and influences. ...
  • Brandon Hopper : capstone 

    Contributor:Hopper, Brandon
    Date Submitted:2017
    I like to consider myself an interdisciplinary artist. The points where different mediums and art forms overlap are where I like to operate. I believe that all art and design is a combination of different ideas and influences. ...
  • Nathaniel Neujahr : capstone 

    Contributor:Neujahr, Nathaniel
    Date Submitted:2017
    The artist's statement: Through my studies at Colorado State University I have grown an appreciation for developing a process and style that is my own. Idea development and research is fundamental to problem solving any ...
  • Nicoletta Simone : capstone 

    Contributor:Simone, Nicoletta
    Date Submitted:2017
    The artist's statement: As an Italian-American who grew up in Italy and is now living in the United States, my work deals with the challenge of balancing between cultures. Of feeling unrecognized but also having to prove ...
  • Daniel Johs : capstone 

    Contributor:Johs, Daniel
    Date Submitted:2017
    The artist's statement: I love visual art in part because I get to study myself, but also because I get to learn of others culture and history that are different from my own. I am very inspired by Japanese culture with ...
  • Jory Heyn : capstone 

    Contributor:Heyn, Jory
    Date Submitted:2017
    The artist's statement: I’m an explorer. I want to explore what’s new to me to obtain more tools in my repertoire of skills and knowledge. Searching for knowledge is a basic human instinct. We want to make sense of our ...
  • Alyssa Rusco : capstone 

    Contributor:Rusco, Alyssa
    Date Submitted:2017
    The artist's statement: When documentation of place and human experience combine, there comes a hybrid observation of the place itself and how it has been consciously altered and used. In some cases, the traces of human ...
  • Elyssa Evans : capstone 

    Contributor:Evans, Elyssa
    Date Submitted:2017
    The artist's statement: A prominent theme of my work is the blending of different eras, of old and of new, of retro and modern, in aesthetics or in methods of creation. Digital art and design, while a relatively new and ...
  • Elyssa Evans : capstone 

    Contributor:Evans, Elyssa
    Date Submitted:2017
    The artist's statement: A prominent theme of my work is the blending of different eras, of old and of new, of retro and modern, in aesthetics or in methods of creation. Digital art and design, while a relatively new and ...
  • Courtney Cummins : capstone 

    Contributor:Cummins, Courtney
    Date Submitted:2017
    The artist's statement: Most of my artwork reflects my current state of mind. Whether it’s through the use of bold colors, or surreal imagery, I seek to transcend the physical world and revitalize a newfound respect for ...
  • Cassie Florentin : capstone 

    Contributor:Florentin, Cassie
    Date Submitted:2017
    The artist's statement: As an artist and designer, I am discovering my own interest in precision, and efficiency. I grew up as a fine-artist, developing my skills with graphite and special attention to line, quality, shape ...
  • Kristen Borkovec : capstone 

    Contributor:Borkovec, Kristen
    Date Submitted:2017
    The artist's statement: As a painter, I primarily focus on abstract work and the detail in eyes. Most of my work consists of the use of palette knives, unique brush textures, pouring paint, and dripping techniques. I love ...
  • Erin Pittman : capstone 

    Contributor:Pittman, Erin
    Date Submitted:2017
    The artist's statement: I have always attempted to express myself as an ever-changing and evolving human and artist in my artwork by exploring various life experiences, emotions, and growth. Self-reflection and development ...
  • David Kruk : capstone 

    Contributor:Kruk, David
    Date Submitted:2017
    The artist's statement: I am interested in the cyclical nature of time and its relationship to our human experience of internal and external space. I have been thinking about the material things we periodically return to ...
  • Taylor Landry : capstone 

    Contributor:Landry, Taylor
    Date Submitted:2017
    The artist's statement: Often, I find myself stopped in the street, observing how perfectly composed the caution tape floating in a leaf strewn puddle over a break in the curb appears. What conspired for everything to come ...
  • Ceara Tellez : capstone 

    Contributor:Tellez, Ceara
    Date Submitted:2017
    The artist's statement: Although human emotion can be displayed in a multitude of ways, body language and facial expression do not always get to the heart of what needs to be conveyed. My artwork is a combination of ...
  • Hannah Butler : capstone 

    Contributor:Butler, Hannah
    Date Submitted:2017
    The artist's statement: Through the influences of the environmental portrait and exploration of self-portraiture, my work aims to highlight the significance of the more mundane aspects of life between my husband and I. ...
  • Rachel Stern : capstone 

    Contributor:Stern, Rachel
    Date Submitted:2017
    The artist's statement: Our technology has made us all librarians of our memories. We have hundreds of pictures on our phones, work from years ago on our computers, and music playlists that are like time capsules. I find ...
  • Erin Bote : capstone 

    Contributor:Bolte, Erin
    Date Submitted:2017
    The artist's statement: I create work that draws on the historic traditions of fiber art while pushing towards forms that ease the ennui. Every piece starts as a series of strings that build up with intention over time ...
  • Emily Michaud : capstone 

    Contributor:Michaud, Emily M.
    Date Submitted:2017
    The artist's statement: I have found, sometimes, that words are limiting. Poets, perhaps, come the closest to evoking true emotions and feelings with words, yet it is in my opinion that the stroke of a brush or a swirl of ...

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