Heather Dray BFA General Fine Art Thesis Fall 2016

Autobiographical in nature, the aim of this thesis is to discuss my personal experiences with death, the evolution of how I understood and felt it, and the things I have been confronted with in my grief. Using purely my own experiences, particularly the loss of my father in February, this work was made as a response to my grief. While the viewer is mainly meant to feel a sense of nostalgia and maybe even detect humor; for me this work is a reaction to the reality of the transitions in my life in dealing with absence, feelings of isolation, and longing.

John Kirby BFA Painting & Drawing Thesis Fall 2016

Troy Mathews BFA Painting & Drawing Thesis Fall 2016

Madeline Black Communication Design BFA Thesis Portfolio Fall 2016

Joshua Bryant Painting & Drawing BFA Thesis Fall 2016

Davida Rae BFA Printmaking Thesis Fall 2016

Forrest Pass BFA Printmaking Thesis Fall 2016

Jack Graydon BFA General Fine Arts Thesis Fall 2016

Heather Dray BFA General Fine Art Thesis Fall 2016

Lauren Beck BFA General Fine Arts Thesis Fall 2016

Nicholas Pennell BFA Illustration Thesis Fall 2016

Jessica Mick BFA General Fine Arts Thesis Fall 2016

Nyssa Oru BFA Illustration Thesis Fall 2016

Beryl Allee BFA Animated Arts Thesis Fall 2016

Ashley Innis BFA Photography Thesis Fall 2016

Kalaija Mallery BFA Photography Thesis Fall 2016

Michael Ray BFA Video + Sound Thesis Fall 2016

C. Rory Homan BFA General Fine Arts Thesis Fall 2016