Recent Submissions

  • Zain Sunstone : capstone 

    Contributor:Sunstone, Zain
    Date Submitted:2018
    Where does art take over from purely functional objects? Are they mutually exclusive or do they fall along a spectrum of design and manufacturing decisions? What makes an object beautiful? Is it the smoothness of its lines ...
  • Jamie Hettinger : capstone 

    Contributor:Hettinger, Jamie
    Date Submitted:2017
    My recent artwork reflects the stresses I feel personally about my own home and my resistance to live peacefully within it. As a result of this, I began thinking about what makes an ideal woman and where I belong in this ...
  • Emily Andersen Arends : capstone 

    Contributor:Andersen Arends, Emily
    Date Submitted:2017
    Every women’s body tells a unique story: the stages of her life, the tasks her body has undertaken, and the wonders of its many shapes and forms. Wrinkles tell the story of the past. There is a beauty in how the events of ...
  • Charis Christopher : capstone 

    Contributor:Christopher, Charis
    Date Submitted:2017
    Charis Christopher. Ephemeral Undulations at Tea Time. e·phem·er·al, /əˈfem(ə)rəl/, lasting for a very short time, synonyms: temporary, momentary, brief, fleeting, impermanent. un·du·late, /ˈənjəˌlāt/, move with a smooth ...
  • Daniel Westhoff : capstone 

    Contributor:Westhoff, Daniel
    Date Submitted:2017
    My artwork poses metaphysical questions that analyze what constitutes the human mind, with the intention of better understanding our ends and motives as a society and a species. My process is an introspective one, enhanced ...
  • McKayla Thomas : capstone 

    Contributor:Thomas, McKayla
    Date Submitted:2016
    My recent artwork revolves around benchmarks within my own life that have greatly influenced me and that have changed me into the person I am today. The individual pieces in this body of work represent moments in my life ...
  • Julia Mancarella : capstone 

    Contributor:Mancarella, Julia
    Date Submitted:2016
    Creating with metal is a tangible reminder that everything is in a state of perpetual transformation. I feel called to respond to this state of flux in my artwork and jewelry. The plasticity of metal is reminiscent of the ...
  • Nicolette Tiongson : capstone 

    Contributor:Tiongson, Nicolette
    Date Submitted:2016
    My artwork is defined by both elegance and strength. I come from a mixed background of European and Asian descent, and I take inspiration from traditional narratives, architecture, and the royal families of each continent. ...
  • Haiyin Liang : capstone 

    Contributor:Liang, Haiyin
    Date Submitted:2016
    As an artist, I grew up in China and traditional Chinese culture inspires my artwork. In this rapidly-developing society, Chinese people pay less attention to our traditional cultures and history. However, I believe it is ...
  • Lynnsey Jaensen : capstone 

    Contributor:Jaensen, Lynnsey
    Date Submitted:2016
    The work I do as an artist always has some deeper or hidden meaning. Whether it is obvious or not really depends on the piece. Some rely directly on text to hint at the meaning behind the piece. In others, the meaning may ...
  • Jack Tschida : capstone 

    Contributor:Tschida, Jack
    Date Submitted:2015
    I believe that anyone can be an artist. To me, art isn't about fancy paintings or grandiose sculpture, art is about how you approach a process. An artist is someone who is passionate, who gives their whole self to ...
  • Kayla Schwartz : capstone 

    Contributor:Schwartz, Kayla
    Date Submitted:2015
    I have always loved jewelry and learned about metalsmithing when I took my first metals class in high school. I continue my metal education throughout college and my work has been through many phases. Recently, I have ...
  • Nettie Thompson : capstone 

    Contributor:Thompson, Nettie
    Date Submitted:2015
    I pay attention to things. It's part scientific examination, tempered by childlike fascination. My work begins with immersive research. Whether this entails a morning hike in the woods armed with sketchbook and pencil, an ...
  • Nelligan Brown : capstone 

    Contributor:Brown, Nelligan
    Date Submitted:2015
    I believe that there is a strong correlation between balance within both nature and humanity. In this series of crowns I explore power divisions based on nature’s elemental forces. The tranquility of water, the growth of ...
  • John Sullivan : capstone 

    Contributor:Sullivan, John
    Date Submitted:2015
    My most recent work questions the role of technology in our lives and its effects on human civilization. We are living in an era that will dramatically affect all future generations. Technology in general is advancing at ...
  • Colin Smith : capstone 

    Contributor:Smith, Colin
    Date Submitted:2015
    My works are details. They are the objects that bring a story to life, and story is something I engage in depth. My work is sited in a land of fiction, and I want my viewer to explore that fiction; to allow themselves to ...
  • Theresa Pucci : capstone 

    Contributor:Pucci, Theresa
    Date Submitted:2015
    Growing up in an environment where I was taught that family is to be cherished, I am not surprised to find that much of my artwork revolves around them. I hold my relationships and interactions with my family with the ...
  • Chelsea Moller : capstone 

    Contributor:Moller, Chelsea
    Date Submitted:2015
    As both a textile and metal artist, I see a special relationship between these two materials that, at first appearance, both seem vastly different. Metalwork and textiles have a shared history of ornamentation and body ...
  • Adeline Gavin : capstone 

    Contributor:Gavin, Adeline
    Date Submitted:2015
    Life without emotion does not exist. Love without passion is not love. For me, art has become a deep and constant affair with materials and meanings. Sometimes I create with a clear purpose and I make exactly what I desire ...