Master's Theses

Department

Art

Degree Name

Master of Arts (MA)

Abstract

If you have to define my work historically, then it resembles Surrealisms. The part of Surrealism that particularly appeals to me is the sub-conscience or psychological bridging of fantasy and reality. In my work, my subject matter is recognizable to the human eye, but is oversimplified and very stylized. A tree, rock, hill or building can be recognized as such, but it will be handled in such a manner as to look unnatural, unreal and fantastic.

Advisor

Frank Nichols

Date of Award

1977

Document Type

Thesis - campus only access

Rights

© 1977 Dale E. Silkman

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