Garments as living sculpture

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dc.contributor.advisor Bujnowski, Donald
dc.contributor.advisor Stanitz, Stan Tokar, Cynthia 2010-01-29T19:24:43Z 2010-01-29T19:24:43Z 1990-06-11
dc.description.abstract In my thesis of work, I was inspired by the changing seasons as reflected in nature. I chose the four seasons as a theme because I have always been intrigued by the different colors and textures that are reflected by nature in the different seasons. An interest in garments helped me decide how to apply this interest to my thesis. I have chosen to create garments which are both aesthetically and functionally sensitive to our human needs. By producing a variety of techniques and styles, I hope to appeal to clothing wearers everywhere. On October 13, 1989, 1 was flying over Syracuse on my way to Massachusetts. As the airplane descended, I could see the shadow of the plane on the forest below. The colors of the leaves on the trees were so intense and so beautiful, I thought there must be some way to capture the feeling of the changing seasons in my garments. I tried to visualize different colors and motifs to coincide with my feelings during each of the seasons as we know them here on the East Coast. en_US
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dc.subject Texture en_US
dc.subject Costume design en_US
dc.subject.lcc TT507 .T642 1990
dc.subject.lcsh Clothing and dress--Themes, motives en_US
dc.subject.lcsh Costume design--Themes, motives en_US
dc.title Garments as living sculpture en_US
dc.type Thesis en_US College of Fine and Applied Arts en_US
dc.description.department Department of Fine Arts en_US
dc.contributor.advisorChair Linderman, Max

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