Master's Theses

Document Type

Thesis - campus only access

Date of Award

Summer 1972

Degree Name

Master of Arts (MA)

Department

Art

Advisor

Eugene Harwick

Abstract

Any material used for painting has attributes peculiar to itself which can be considered inherencies. The transparency, opaqueness, hue, soluability, texture, refractive or defractive characteristics are inherently different in each material. These inherencies can contribute components to the graphic, or two dimensional, composition. The compositional vocabulary of inherencies depends on the variety of handling techniques and the variety of painting medium which can be enlarged by incorporating more than traditional materials. What is most desireable is to work within a flexible medium, using its inherencies to further the graphic vision of the artist.

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Copyright 1972 Peggy K. Thompson

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