The following is an examination of the ideas and decisions that went into an art exhibition held in gallery 303 of the Harris Fine Art Center February 1-13, 2013. The exhibition explores the relationships of the artwork, artist, viewer, and space. The catalyst for the above mentioned exploration is a process of making art using linoleum relief printing. The subject of the artwork is an in-depth examination of the material and printing process. It is my contention that such a close look at the art making process reveals the attitudes and decisions that we make with any human endeavor.
College and Department
Fine Arts and Communications; Visual Arts
BYU ScholarsArchive Citation
Bass, Matthew L., "Cutting Into Relief" (2013). All Theses and Dissertations. 3416.
Gallery 303, Harris Fine Art Center, February 1-13, 2013, artwork, artist, viewer, space, relief printing, printing process, decisions