MURAL. Collaborative Mural 2017 (photo M Laughlin)
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Public Art Mural Class 2017
Client: Juice and Java, Bremerton WA

Students work with a real client in the community, use a collaborative design process, and paint the mural.

2 sections, 950 sq ft total. 

MURAL. Student collaboration. 2016

Public Art Mural Class 2016
Client: El Toro Alley, Bremerton WA

Students work with a real client in the community, use a collaborative design process, and paint the mural.

325 sq ft total. 

 

3- DRW 1. Conté still life. 2017
3- DRW 1. Conté still life. 2017
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4- DRW 2. Composite image. 2019
4- DRW 2. Composite image. 2019

Graphite. Composite of two photos, using the grid technique.

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5- DRW 1. Personal still life. 2017
5- DRW 1. Personal still life. 2017

Graphite. Still life created outside of class, using full value scale. Final assignment.

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6- DRW 1. Still Life. 2017
6- DRW 1. Still Life. 2017

Vine charcoal, white chalk, toned paper.

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7- DRW 1. Personal still life. 2016
7- DRW 1. Personal still life. 2016

Charcoal study from still-life with full value scale, composition and perspective. Final assignment.

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8- DRW 1. Personal still life. 2017
8- DRW 1. Personal still life. 2017

Final assignment, mixed media.

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9- DRW 2.  Still Life 2019
9- DRW 2. Still Life 2019

Full value scale on toned paper. Student learned to set up still-lives at home with lighting. Final assignment.

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10- DRW 1. 5-pt Perspective. 2017
10- DRW 1. 5-pt Perspective. 2017

Graphite and ink perspective fantasy using five point perspective. Subject: Spaceship console.

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11- DRW 1. Interior Perspective. 2019
11- DRW 1. Interior Perspective. 2019

Graphite and ink architectural perspective.

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12- DRW 1. Perspective Fantasy 2022
12- DRW 1. Perspective Fantasy 2022

Graphite. Fantasy demonstrating one-point perspective, inspired by Escher's work.

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13- DRW 2. Skeleton studies. 2018
13- DRW 2. Skeleton studies. 2018

In class-work studying skeletal anatomy in preparation for life-drawing.

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14- DRW 1. Head studies. 2019.
14- DRW 1. Head studies. 2019.
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15- DRW 2. Hand studies. 2019
15- DRW 2. Hand studies. 2019

Five studies of student's own hand an including value-scale for reference.

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16- DES 1.  Grid, textures, values. 2015
16- DES 1. Grid, textures, values. 2015

Begin with a photograph and uses a grid technique. Optical values, Mixed media

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17- DRW 1. Composite Image. 2019
17- DRW 1. Composite Image. 2019

Composite image from two or more photos. Full value scale, graphite.

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18- DRW. 2. Portrait. 2018
18- DRW. 2. Portrait. 2018
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19- DRW 2. Portrait. 2019
19- DRW 2. Portrait. 2019
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20- DRW Color.  Self Portrait 2018
20- DRW Color. Self Portrait 2018

Color & Form in Drawing, at Peninsula College. Color Pencils. Final project.

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21- SCU 1. Portrait Head. 2018
21- SCU 1. Portrait Head. 2018

Working from a live model. Clay. Additive process.

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22- SCU 1. Portrait Head. 2018
22- SCU 1. Portrait Head. 2018

Working from a live model. Clay. Additive process.

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23- SCU 1. Portrait head. 2018
23- SCU 1. Portrait head. 2018

Back of a portrait head. Working from a live model. Clay. Additive process.

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24- SCU 1. Kinetic Cardboard. 2018
24- SCU 1. Kinetic Cardboard. 2018

Create a kinetic sculpture that has at least two types of movement, using only cardboard. Arms and legs pivot, heart beats in and out.

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25- SCU 1. Kinetic Cardboard. 2018
25- SCU 1. Kinetic Cardboard. 2018

Create a kinetic sculpture that has at least two types of movement, using only cardboard. Windmill turns, causing a saw to move which cuts "logs".

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26- SCU 2. Mold-making. 2018
26- SCU 2. Mold-making. 2018

Multiple types of mold-making materials, casting materials, and techniques. The samples were mounted to create an art-book for presentation of assignment.

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27- FNDTN. Art in Nature 2017
27- FNDTN. Art in Nature 2017

Grass clippings and flower petals. Project: create an outdoor sculpture with natural materials responding to place. Studio Foundations, UW Tacoma.

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28- SCU 1. Interactive sculpture2018
28- SCU 1. Interactive sculpture2018

Final project. Each "letter" is an envelope with pull-out tabs, which can all be pulled out of the mail-box with flag.

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29-  DES 1. Scale Collage. 2021
29- DES 1. Scale Collage. 2021

Emphasizing scale as a formal element in the composition.

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30- DES 1.  Golden Ratio Collage 2020
30- DES 1. Golden Ratio Collage 2020

Emphasizing the Golden Ratio as a formal element in the design composition.

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31- DES 1. Vision collage. 2021
31- DES 1. Vision collage. 2021

Final project, demonstrating understanding of all of the elements and principles of design. Prompt: "A vision for my Future"

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32- Cultural Identity & Art. Collage. 2017
32- Cultural Identity & Art. Collage. 2017

Interdisciplinary class investigates personal cultural heritage and social issues such as racism and internalized oppression, using a range of art media and technique. UW Tacoma

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33- Cultural Identity & Art. Collage. 2017
33- Cultural Identity & Art. Collage. 2017

Interdisciplinary class investigates personal cultural heritage and social issues such as racism and internalized oppression, using a range of art media and technique. UW Tacoma

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34- MURAL. Individual mural. 2016
34- MURAL. Individual mural. 2016

Before the old Art building was demolished, students were able to paint an individual mural on campus as well as participate in the group collaborative mural Public Art Mural class. OC Tara Kirkendal.

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35- MURAL. Individual mural. 2016
35- MURAL. Individual mural. 2016

Before the old Art building was demolished, students were able to paint an individual mural on campus as well as participate in the group collaborative mural Public Art Mural class. OC. Chris Gouveia

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36-  DRW 1.  Life Drawing Final
36- DRW 1. Life Drawing Final

Group image including entire class' final drawing with a live model.

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Cultural Identity and Art, Conviction toward Change. 2017

Students create a collaborative video by quilting individual segments together. Students chose the topic of racism and created their segment from the point of view of their own cultural background.   
Students used IMovie to stitch the low-fi cell-phone recordings together and added the music. 

University of WA Tacoma.