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Browsing Fine Arts by Issue Date

Browsing Fine Arts by Issue Date

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  • Galetta, Michael (2011)
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    Wang, Angela (2011)
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    Salazar, Samantha (2011)
  • Yulo, Nic (2011)
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    Kirilova, Val (2011)
  • LeBouvier, Julia (2011)
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    Smith, Candice (2011)
  • Sanchez, Christine (2012)
    Graffiti, in its most common form—name tagging—has always been a part of my life. In middle school, my classmates always tagged things—desks, walls, backpacks, sneakers, and so on. They scribbled down their thoughts wherever ...
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    Power, Kelsey (2012)
    I recognize a certain irony in illustration as an art form because its existence and inspiration are predicated on the written word. Though I believe art points to beauty and must stand on its own, my work strives to analyze ...
  • Appel, Jonathan G. (2012)
    My short film “The Story of Frank” is an adaptation and alteration of a story that I wrote in the spring of 2010. I was a beginner in animation, so the production of this project was a process of constant learning, trial, ...
  • Tulsyan, Antara (2012)
    When I work on my art I enter a place of retreat, a meditative zone blocking out everything else. My art is a reflection of my feelings and moods that I cannot express in any other way. When I look at my sculptures, the ...
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    Seto, Katharine (2012)
    Art is like a person—organic, complex, and emotional. Art’s differences cannot be defined by intellectual labels that only loosely describe what a viewer sees or feels in a piece of art. Only the artist has a full understanding ...
  • Loewi, Peter A. (2012)
    “Wanna play carpenter? First we’ll get hammered and then I’ll nail you!” The first time I ever lied to somebody and told them I wanted to be an architect, I had just been caught skateboarding in a construction site. I had ...
  • Nunez, Erika (2013)
    I am for an art that will say I existed, that I was here. I am for an art that upsets and excites and makes you squirm a little from both. I am for an art that forgives the girls who broke my heart. I am for an art that ...
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    Whitt, Sarah (2013)
    A conversation with a friend, which likened human yearning to moths drawn to light, inspired my curiosity. I learned moths use the moon to navigate flightlines; a closer light may prompt them to over correct, clustering ...
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    Risemberg, Annie (2013)
    I started photographing on 52nd Street in early 2010. I came to Bryn Mawr and Haverford from a low-income family and a diverse upbringing, and while I found the suburban community uncomfortable, I was drawn to the lively ...
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    Schilit, Jordan (2013)
    To me, art is funky and random. To me, art is spiky. To me, art is both harsh and delicate. To me, art is a challenge to carry. To me, art doesn’t like sitting around—even if it’s resting on the floor. To me, art doesn’t ...
  • Schwartz, Shayna (2013)
    What do you think about when asked about your future? What worries you most about the future? What gives you hope about the future? Is there a part of your past that influences your future? Was there a particular moment ...
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    Benjamin, Anna (2013)
    In the Islamic arts, color and shape are used extensively to fill a space with beauty and decoration. Geometric patterns are incorporated into every aspect of the design: walls, floors, ceilings, tiles, furniture and fabric. ...



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