UNT College of Visual Arts + Design - 12 Matching Results
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- Activities A-G
- The work consists of a series of six books. They were included in the exhibition From Here to There: Practice, Form, and Meaning, May 22 - August 4, 2012.
- The two paper pieces consists of many layers, hang on the wall and protrude into the space. These pieces were included in the exhibition From Here to There: Practice, Form, and Meaning, May 22 - August 4, 2012.
- Chitter Chatter, It's Girls' Night Out: Seven Years Series
- The collage consists of purples, yellows, reds, and blue-green. A large black and yellow checkerboard pattern predominates the right half of the piece. The background is purple with some vertical poles in a blue turquoise color. Some long pink shapes encircle the checkerboard area and divide the composition.
- Do Ya Wanna Dance?
- The foreground is pink and the sky a darker pinkish red. In the foreground is a green table like form and leading to it is a pink and purple striped pathway leading from a blue platform. A yellow and orange cordial glass appears to be dancing with a purple cordial glass. These forms can be seen in this artist's three-dimensional works. Here the glasses appear particularly active. Three green cordial glass shapes are placed on the blue platform and one on the striped walkway. Several small geometric shapes float in the upper right portion of the artwork.
- It's Not Always Black and White
- The geometric black, white and gray collage appears to depict a person afloat in the middle of a body of water. However, a shape like this artist has used before for a cordial glass sits atop a set of three steps in the foreground and receding into the distance are planks ranging from white to black. There are some cutouts in the platform that appear to be traps for the seated figure.
- It's Not Always Black and White
- A two-part shape that resembles this artist's three-dimensional cordial glasses stands in an interior into the floor of which is a rectangular cut out. Into this recess in the floor falls two small triangular shapes. Two windows are on the walls of the interior while a square shape is cut out of the ceiling. The artwork is made up of white, purplish grays and black.
- Let's Spend Some Time Together, Number 2
- This collage features extreme perspective with the piers in yellow and orange moving from the center foreground straight to the horizon line depicted by the blue background meeting the black sky. In the left background area are several green geometric shapes that resemble buildings. A pink orb with a hole in the center floats in the left sky area while a purple one floats in the right hand portion of the sky area. Piercing each of these is a long hollow spear that spills tiny black, blue, white, gray and green circles into the foreground.
- Life's Cycle
- The textured artwork consists of pinks and blues predominately. Geometric shapes float on a blue woven background. Making a circular arc, partially seen, are some wedge shapes with pink tops and turquoise sides. At the far left are two cylindrical pink and purple shapes. Floating among the larger shapes are many small open ovals and open chevron shapes.
- Only Time Will Tell
- The blue and black horizontally woven background supports geometric structural type shapes that move through the space. A long purple shape pierces a pink triangular shape in the upper right portion of the work. The piece has the illusion of much depth and metal surfaces.
- Only Time Will Tell, Number 5
- This collage appears to depict a pier upon which sit several geometric shapes in reds, blues, pinks and oranges. Also depicted is an orange and yellow spear piercing a triangular orange shape.
- Orb, Number 3
- The sculptural object is created from layers of paper. This piece was included in the exhibition From Here to There: Practice, Form, and Meaning, May 22 - August 4, 2012.
- Walking on Eggshells
- The collage artwork depicts a foreground in pink and a background in red. Rectangular, square and triangular containers sit at various angles in the foreground. The interiors of the container shapes are in colors differing from the exteriors. A vertical cordial glass sits atop a yellow pedestal. This cordial glass shape can be seen in this artist's three-dimensional works as well.