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  Partner: UNT College of Visual Arts + Design
 Decade: 1990-1999
Edo Brocade

Edo Brocade

Date: 1996
Creator: Milnes, Robert
Description: The bowl shaped vessel sits atop a matching cushion shaped stand. Both bowl and stand are highly textured with grooved lines as well as amoeba shapes within which curved lines are carved. The colors are pale yellow, pale pink and a dark blue black.
Contributing Partner: UNT College of Visual Arts + Design
Action Pattern, Number 2

Action Pattern, Number 2

Date: 1999
Creator: Graham, Ann
Description: The drawing consists of a grid pattern drawn in graphite and India ink splattered across the surface.
Contributing Partner: UNT College of Visual Arts + Design
Bean Tree Pod Rockets Measured and Marked

Bean Tree Pod Rockets Measured and Marked

Date: 1999/2000
Creator: Graham, Ann
Description: The drawing consists of a grid drawn in graphite with each corner marked by cross marks. Foiling this pattern is a series of marks created from bean pods that had been dipped in ink and slapped across the surface of the paper.
Contributing Partner: UNT College of Visual Arts + Design
porcelain platter

porcelain platter

Date: 1997
Creator: Milnes, Robert
Description: The white porcelain platter is decorated with large green curl and a large orange curl and twelve blue hash marks.
Contributing Partner: UNT College of Visual Arts + Design
Sandals

Sandals

Date: 1994?
Creator: unknown
Description: Sandals of silver leather. The shoes have an open, square toe, and wide strap which wraps around ankle and buckles around lower ankle with a large silver-tone buckle. 2 1/2" heel, 1" wide, 1 1/2" deep. Label: "abstracts"
Contributing Partner: UNT College of Visual Arts + Design
Pages from a Quiet Book: A Societal Labyrinth

Pages from a Quiet Book: A Societal Labyrinth

Date: 1992/1994
Creator: Cheal, Susan
Description: Image of part of an art installation at the Salt Lake Art Center in Salt Lake City, Utah. This detail view is of the strapped down punching bag on the gurney.
Contributing Partner: UNT College of Visual Arts + Design
Pages from a Quiet Book: A Societal Labyrinth

Pages from a Quiet Book: A Societal Labyrinth

Date: 1992/1994
Creator: Cheal, Susan
Description: Image of part of an art installation at the Salt Lake Art Center in Salt Lake City, Utah. This detail view of the installation shows a small trampoline suspended from the ceiling. Strapped to the trampoline is a pillow. A tall structure holds a see-saw with a chair on each end. Behind this grouping is a chain link fence drawing on the wall.
Contributing Partner: UNT College of Visual Arts + Design
Pages from a Quiet Book: A Societal Labyrinth

Pages from a Quiet Book: A Societal Labyrinth

Date: 1992/1994
Creator: Cheal, Susan
Description: Image of part of an art installation at the Salt Lake Art Center in Salt Lake City, Utah. This portion of the installation includes a figure pierced with arrows and knives. The artist refers to him as the "wound" man. In the foreground, are two leg splints with suspended latex tubing.
Contributing Partner: UNT College of Visual Arts + Design
Pages from a Quiet Book: A Societal Labyrinth

Pages from a Quiet Book: A Societal Labyrinth

Date: 1992/1994
Creator: Cheal, Susan
Description: Image of part of an art installation at the Salt Lake Art Center in Salt Lake City, Utah. In this view, there are two murals visible with the words eliminate and replicate spelled out with rubber letters. In the foreground is a platform with several chairs and in the background is a boxing ring with a gurney and a strapped down punching bag.
Contributing Partner: UNT College of Visual Arts + Design
Pages from a Quiet Book: A Societal Labyrinth

Pages from a Quiet Book: A Societal Labyrinth

Date: 1992/1994
Creator: Cheal, Susan
Description: Image of part of an art installation at the Salt Lake Art Center in Salt Lake City, Utah. The view in this image shows one of the "Stretchman" murals, the "Wound" man mural, two leg splints and two welded triangular frames.
Contributing Partner: UNT College of Visual Arts + Design