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  • Object Stories Through Visual Prints 

    Bornheimer, Jennifer L. (East Carolina University, 2018-05-24)
    I have been fascinated by the shapes and textures of objects, how their properties not only capture beauty, but also tell stories of intent and use. My goal for this project was to investigate these objects, learn their ...
  • Offerings 

    Barbera, Stephanie (East Carolina University, 2012)
    Offerings is a sculptural body of work which conveys my personal experiences and emotional modes of being. The meditative and cathartic nature of the process of making these works along with their fetish and shrine-like ...
  • Organic Structure 

    Kiefer, Jeffery Alan (East Carolina University, 2011)
    This supplemental report is based on my thesis exhibition and is an investigation into the influences that drive me to create sculpture. The work stems from a fascination with nature's ability to deconstruct what mankind ...
  • Organizing Desire 

    Jacono, Adam (East Carolina University, 2010)
    This thesis investigates how American culture internalizes, processes, and acts on data received through mass media.  
  • Painting Process as Art Form 

    Peedin, Jonathan R. (East Carolina University, 2013)
    The purpose of this written report of my thesis is to discuss the research and visual element presented in partial fulfillment of the Master of Fine Arts degree. In my research and creative practice, I focus on the integration ...
  • Paying Close Attention 

    Micheletto-Blouin, Amanda (East Carolina University, 2011)
    Paying Close Attention is a body of work created to complete the Master of Fine Art degree at East Carolina University. This document supports my creative thesis, a body of three works entitled Mobile, Deconstruction, and ...
  • The Phenomenology of Impairment 

    Hobbs, Katherine K. (East Carolina University, 2014)
    This written research document supports The Phenomenology of Impairment, a mixed media installation consisting of three hundred and sixty-five self-portraits. This work was a part of a phenomenological exercise that ...
  • Pond Life : A Landscape of Sustainability for the Table 

    Stasevich, Catherine (East Carolina University, 2013)
    The purpose of this written report of my thesis is to discuss the visual element presented in partial fulfilment of the requirements of the Master of Fine Arts degree.  The objects in this visual presentation address our ...
  • PREMIUM Garbage 

    Rickett, Timothy Jason (East Carolina University, 2019-07-22)
    Each year the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) releases the Advancing Sustainable Materials Management: Facts and Figures Sheet. Within this document, the EPA records Municipal Solid Waste (MSW) generation, recycling, ...
  • Presently Post Modern 

    Brines, Nathan (East Carolina University, 2011)
    The museum, Fine Art, and the viewer's idea of status within these institutions are all ideologies. These ideologies are reinforced through our participation in them, acting them out as though they are natural. Photography ...
  • Reawakening 

    Akins, Ernest (East Carolina University, 2014)
    Artists continually, create art celebrating Western Society and Civilization as the epitome of human culture. Art is created that memorializes our environment, landscape and culture in ways that are inconsistent with the ...
  • ReCollection 

    Wood, Laura (East Carolina University, 2011)
    The intent of this written research document is to support the creative research works entitled: ReCollection. This work supports an investigation of collecting and accumulation of material items in the American culture. ...
  • Recollection 

    Hargroder, Lacey M (East Carolina University, 2019-11-27)
    The purpose of this written report of my thesis is to discuss the visual installation presented in partial fulfillment of my Master of Fine Arts degree. The components of the visual work explore the role and impact of ...
  • The Recruitment Office of Interdisciplinary studies 

    Russell, Steven Daniel (East Carolina University, 2014)
    My work has always explored discarded material. I am also a passionate amateur of multiple disciplines. I call myself an amateur because of my curiosity for other disciplines not measured by a degree. The Office of ...
  • Reflect 

    Speranza, Katherine (East Carolina University, 2015)
    This document is written in conjunction with a series of work titled, Reflect. Through historical research, personal narrative, interviews, and the making process, I examine the differences between loneliness and solitude, ...
  • Reflections of Difference 

    Sutton, Sally L. (East Carolina University, 2013)
    "Reflections of Difference" is an installation intended to explore and express the issues of women dealing with their body image. To create this thesis I have incorporated scientific data, personal interviews with my ...
  • Relationships Between Art Education and the Workplace 

    Moore, Jamie Lynn (East Carolina University, 2012)
    This study undertakes the challenging and imperative task of making connections and finding trends between what art education teaches and how these skills, abilities and thinking patterns translate into the workplace. The ...
  • Release 

    Karpa, Alyssa (East Carolina University, 2016-05-03)
    This thesis work depicts my process of therapy and rejuvenation found through artwork about abuse I suffered during high school. Through creating metaphors about the abuse, PTSD, and my anxiety, I discovered that my work ...
  • Resurgence 

    Staigvil, Kayla (East Carolina University, 2017-01-03)
    I believe objects have a lifespan, they have the capabilities to experience decay and metamorphose into something new. In my work, attention to detail and craftsmanship is important. The ideas surrounding my work focus on ...
  • THE RETURN 

    Fox, Linda Andrea (East Carolina University, 2012)
    "The Return" investigates how culture shapes our understanding of the natural world. The life process of death is the key to this understanding. Culture has interpreted, compartmentalized, or rationalized this process in ...