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Master of Arts (MA)
The development of form is a commitment with media so closely related to the artist that form evolves as an extension of his personality and becomes a notation of his growth. Technical competence, the need to be consumed by art, and the nature of the specific creative endeavor are the elements to be considered by the individual who aspires to the ultimate product—art. Within these term contrasts become evident both in the artist’s life and his work. The disparities normally exist in disjointed time intervals coalescing themselves in deliberate growth. Development in such a circumstance is demonstrated in this thesis.
Garnett, Earl K., "Hand Manipulated and Wheel Thrown Ceramic Forms: A Contrast" (1977). Master's Theses. 1662.
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© 1977 Earl K. Garnett
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