Driesbach, David F., 1922-||Even, Robert L.
M.A. (Master of Arts)
Department of Art
The purpose of this paper is to document and analyze the one man Master of Arts Exhibit consisting of drawings, prints and jewelry. The documentation includes photographs of the work presented in the exhibit. DRAWINGS. Bight charcoal figure drawings are included in the exhibit. A technique of eraser and smudge was used until the desired forms were complete. The composition is basically the upper-half of a centrally located figure. PRINTS The prints consist of two series of five serigraphs, two color lithographs, and two intaglios. The prints are divided into two parts according to their style. The first part consists of the serigraphs titled "Two Women Series". The two lithographs share this concern. These are related to the charcoal figure drawings. The second part consists of the serigraphs titled "DeKalb Series". The two intaglio prints may be considered within this section. These prints contain more figures which are enclosed in a structured environment. JEWELRY. The two pieces of jewelry are made from silver. The first piece was made by soldering forged forms together. The second piece was etched by nitric acid. Both show a concern with the human form.
Friend, Dennis L., "Documentation of the one man exhibit presenting figurative drawings, prints and jewelry" (1967). Graduate Research Theses & Dissertations. 2303.
6 pages, 11 unnumbered pages
Northern Illinois University
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