Date of Award
Master of Fine Arts (MFA)
Twenty-four works of art were exhibited at The Rudolph E. Lee Gallery, College of Architecture, Clemson University, from April 12, 1973, through May 11,1973, in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Master of Fine Arts. This exhibition represented work produced during thesis study. The paintings presented reflect an interlocking of conceptual ideas and perceptual insight into a personal Visual Arts form. The imagery created expresses visual statements of space /earth forms in transition. In order to communicate such visual concepts, polymer and water color were selected as media. These water soluble paints have the versatility and inherent properties that meet the technical demands for expressing the painter's relationship to and involvement with her environment. The work produced exemplifies many of the characteristics of color field painting.
Dreskin, Jeanet Steckler, "Visual Concepts, Through Painting, of Space/Earth Forms in Transition" (1973). All Theses. 1839.