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Date of Award
Master of Science (MS)
Dr. Joel C. Moss
This graduate problem consists of sketches, small maquettes in lead, and larger figure studies in cast brass. This work has been accomplished during the years 1964 through 1966. This report is intended to add clarification to this graduate work. It will describe the artist’s purpose and trace idea development from the origin to the completion of the art form. It is intended that the work will demonstrate an ability to discern the essential elements of the figure that apply to three-dimensional form. It is intended to show a sensitive reaction to emotions and attitudes found within human associations. The thesis is evidence of an ability to make aesthetic and technical decisions related to cast metal sculpting and an ability to develop and culminate ideas in a subtle and sensitive way in cast sculpture.
Russell, Crawford Lee, "The Figure as a Form in Cast Metal" (1966). Master's Theses. 1011.
Copyright 1966 Crawford Lee Russell