Hole in the Head

2019-12-05T10:50:46-05:00

Hole in the Head The University of Maine at Augusta poster series is designed to show the connection between higher education and institution. In each of the three posters the viewer unconsciously sees the link between the programs of study and UMA. With two of the posters this is done utilizing a [...]

Engine Lubricants

2019-12-05T10:51:59-05:00

Engine Lubricants The University of Maine at Augusta poster series is designed to show the connection between higher education and institution. In each of the three posters the viewer unconsciously sees the link between the programs of study and UMA. With two of the posters this is done utilizing a series of [...]

UMA Advertisements

2019-12-05T10:53:09-05:00

UMA Advertisements The University of Maine at Augusta poster series is designed to show the connection between higher education and institution. In each of the three posters the viewer unconsciously sees the link between the programs of study and UMA. With two of the posters this is done utilizing a series of [...]

Regeneration

2019-12-05T09:58:17-05:00

Regeneration Regeneration is metal sculpture representing energy being drawn from the tree and returned to earth. The sculpture is free standing with three metal treatments. Some areas are painted, polished or will rust over time. The tree is a natural element in a throne like sphere made from rebar. The free standing [...]

Avalanche

2019-12-05T10:07:33-05:00

Avalanche Avalanche is a figurative sculpture made from wire and bamboo. Using a 2” x 4” woven fence made from 12.5-gauge wire Chad created a from. The wire form of the sculpture was attached to a wooden platform and designed as if it was in constant movement. After adjusting the form to [...]

Bear Pride

2019-12-05T10:03:50-05:00

Bear Pride Bear Pride is a ceramic tile piece attached to a painted backing representing The International Bear Brotherhood Flag. The body of the bear was made from one large ¼” slab of earthenware 60 clay. Using a projector, the body of the bear was shaped and textured. Cutting the large shape [...]

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