"Just create something new, and there it is, and it's you, out in the world, outside of you and you can look at it, or hear it, or read it, or feel it... and you know a little more about you, a little bit more than anyone else does." (P.S. I Love You)

11th June 2010

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This is where I will be horseback riding all summer.
Cheley Colorado Camps
Estes Park, CO

This is where I will be horseback riding all summer.

Cheley Colorado Camps

Estes Park, CO

28th May 2010

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If I could do things over, I’d have stuck with ballet for longer than four days.

If I could do things over, I’d have stuck with ballet for longer than four days.

11th May 2010

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Moving home. Oh man.

Moving home. Oh man.

9th May 2010

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drypoint etching zinc plate and print
Jesse Rives

drypoint etching zinc plate and print

Jesse Rives

9th May 2010

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CMYK full color print
Brittany Church

CMYK full color print

Brittany Church

9th May 2010

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black and white paper lithography print

black and white paper lithography print

3rd May 2010

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Nashvenice.

Nashvenice.

27th April 2010

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For my 3D Design final, I had to manipulate space and make a piece of public art. My idea was to tranform a dorm room into a child’s play fort. It’s funny/sad the ways the building process made me realize just how much I have grown up. I had to get myself in the mood to start and set aside time to have fun, and once I did start building, I got frustrated when I couldn’t figure out how to make a certain blanket stay in place. Did that used to happen? Once I had a clear vision though, I couldn’t stop thinking about it, things I could add and games I used to play in my old forts. I’ve been having sleepovers with my friends and reading in my fort, just like in the good ole days. It’s funny how a pile of blankets and some furniture can bring 8 year old Anna into college. I’d kinda like her to stay.

If you want to check out my room, it’s Elam 168. You are welcome anytime.

22nd March 2010

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Soapstone Carving:
The objective was to shape a stone so that it has no apparent top or bottom and also to create a focal point for your hands.
1. before I started.
2. days of shaping with a Drimmel tool and mill file.
3. 3-4 different grits of sandpaper.
4. DONE! smooth as a baby’s booty!

Soapstone Carving:

The objective was to shape a stone so that it has no apparent top or bottom and also to create a focal point for your hands.

1. before I started.

2. days of shaping with a Drimmel tool and mill file.

3. 3-4 different grits of sandpaper.

4. DONE! smooth as a baby’s booty!

16th March 2010

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Seaside, Florida

Seaside, Florida