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Robert C. Turner Gallery: MFA Thesis Exhibitions

This gallery was based on the visuals of an artist named Joshua Hershman where he created these cast glass sculptures of strange unidentifiable objects with light cascading from above to have this harsh feel for some of the pieces. His … Continue reading

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Fosdick- Nelson Gallery: “Decreation”

The theme when walking into this gallery was obvious. With the lighting placements only pointed at certain pieces and some art pieces decaying; “decreation” was a fitting title for this exhibit. The pieces in this gallery were created by a … Continue reading

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Arduino Board Workshop

When I got in, I was surprised to find a lot of different materials that were at our disposal. A few floor mats, tin foil, black poster board and some bed foam were the materials that were going to use … Continue reading

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Advance Animation- Self Critique

So far throughout the first month of this class, my ideas of animation have been pushed around in a way that has challenged me to go the extra mile when creating an animation. So far I’ve shown some ideas and … Continue reading

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Animator’s Round Table Interview

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“The Cow with The Subtile Nose” by Jean Dubuffet

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Dynamism of a Cyclist 1913 by Umberto Boccioni

1. Describe each of the elements of the artwork.             • Lines– Arching lines, sharp corners that form movement within the piece itself and creating shapes with all of the colors. Having these bendable lines make the subject have much more … Continue reading

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