That is not it at all
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The works included in this exhibition continue my interest in personal narrative and using painting as a medium for communication. I have been exploring the language of painting and alternative approaches for translating abstract ideas into visual form. Painting can be endlessly reinterpreted and reinvented. Like all languages, it can be taken apart, fragmented, manipulated and reassembled in new combinations. The paintings in this exhibition are collaged representations, pieced together using fragments of art history as well as elements and images from other sources. I am interested in the creation of representations and the inherent complexities, contradictions and limitations associated with this pursuit.
DegreeMaster of Fine Arts (M.F.A.)
DepartmentArt and Art History
SupervisorNowlin, Douglas T.
CommitteeGlenn, Allyson; Norlen, Alison; Fowler, Graham
Copyright DateSeptember 2011