Date Thesis Awarded

4-2018

Document Type

Honors Thesis

Degree Name

Bachelors of Science (BS)

Department

Art and Art History

Advisor

Nicole Santiago

Committee Members

Brian Kreydatus

David Campbell, Gregory Conradi-Smith

Abstract

The idea of “Lost and Found” is the interplay between the technique of painting and the psychological impact it has on the viewer’s interaction with a portrait. When looking at figurative painting, people are naturally drawn to the figure, especially to the face, and losing the figure resists this natural tendency. Through this collection of paintings I explored the lost-and-found body within its environment.

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