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  • Coty, Katherine Michelle (2013-11-14)
    Easily the most enigmatic landscape architectural project of the Italian Renaissance, the Sacro Bosco of Bomarzo, with its bizarre stone beasts and surreal tableaux, has often been discussed in terms of either its relation ...
  • Garvey, Dana M. (2014-02-24)
    Artist, adventurer, travel writer and cultural commentator Edwin Lord Weeks (1849-1903) was one of America's most celebrated expatriate artists. From the 1870s through the 1890s the Boston native and Paris resident traveled ...
  • Yang, Qian
    Jades (nephrite) have been used and cherished by Chinese residents for more than eight thousand years. They are considered one of the most significant characters of a certain culture. In the practices of archaeology, ...
  • Patterson, Hannah McGhee
    I was raised practicing Hinduism from birth in the unlikely environment of the Bible Belt of the South East. Eventually my art practice became an important means of metabolizing this experience. I employ the use of materials, ...
  • Johnson, Bridget Kathryn
    Intricately manufactured, visually stunning, and coveted across vast geographic distances for generations, Columbia River-style mountain sheep horn bowls and ladles exemplify the quintessential art form of the Chinookan ...
  • Freeman, Joseph Allen
    University of Washington Abstract Interdisciplinary Visual Arts Joseph A. Freeman Jr. Chair of the Supervisory Committee: Chair + Professor Ellen Garvens Photomedia This thesis paper explores the dynamics of how matter ...
  • Trinnaman, Brad
    The practice of editorial design has been continually refining itself as an effective communication method of visual story telling for the last 200 years. In print, magazines are designed in a way that gives readers a ...
  • Park, Haeree
    This project revisits memex, a hypothetical knowledge-storage device that Vannevar Bush proposed in 1945 and traces its trajectory in the perspective of interaction design. While the pursuit of memex from a technological ...
  • Chernow, Rebecca
    A paper exploring ideas of sculpture as bio-remediator and a hub of communal activity
  • Murley, Abraham
    ABOUT TIME (MEMORY AND THE OPPOSITES) ABRAHAM MURLEY A THESIS SUBMITTED TO THE UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON FOR THE DEGREE OF MASTER OF FINE ART
  • Gress, David
    My work pertains to notions of documentary. The slaughterhouse and events that transpire within constitute the untouched, given center of my work. Within these limits I am free to interpret, recreate and compose such ...
  • Chen, Hesheng
    Personally witnessing two horrible car accidents contrasts strongly with my enthusiastic appreciation of the automobile. This collision of feelings is at the heart of what I wish to explore in my thesis work. In this ...
  • Petz, Jason E.
    Since the advent of conservation practices, society has become increasingly separated from nature, which has led to a concealment of production from consumers known as the "black box." As a result, consumers rely on ...
  • D'Elia, Kathryn P.
    I am allowing this written thesis to act as an explanation of my concepts and personal journey through the University of Washington's Graduate Drawing and Painting MFA program and through creating my thesis work, a series ...
  • Patterson, Hannah McGhee
    I was raised practicing Hinduism from birth in the unlikely environment of the Bible Belt of the South East. Eventually my art practice became an important means of metabolizing this experience. I employ the use of materials, ...
  • Petz, Jason E.
    Since the advent of conservation practices, society has become increasingly separated from nature, which has led to a concealment of production from consumers known as the "black box." As a result, consumers rely on ...
  • Happ, Jonathan A.
    The purpose of this project is to extend the genre of the vanitas still life within painting by merging with the context of contemporary biological and medical sciences. By doing so I hope to challenge conventional ...
  • Erickson, Megan
    The German Renaissance wood sculptor and engraver known as Master H.L. left behind only a small body of printed works from his career in the early sixteenth century. Among these prints four are tied together by their ...
  • Pawson, Alexander Ian
    We all own objects we love, objects we connect to and find value in over and above the simple reality of the object in front of us. A favourite kitchen knife, a child's artwork, a designer pair of sunglasses: all of these ...
  • Cook, Jonathan Asbjorn
    New consumer technologies give patients access to a wide range of health data outside the needed expertise of doctors. Self-tracking can help chronic illness patients take more control over their health, but the participation ...

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