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The Company of Animals: A Nontoxic Approach

By Bonnie K. Foss Boochard

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This document investigates the concept of why man creates animal images and introduces the influences and focus of the artwork contained in the public exhibition. These original images focus on the similarities between animal and human personalities. Also included is a brief history of each "ink on paper" printmaking process used and a comparison of the results. All of the techniques discussed generally have a photographic process as their basis and use personal photographs and drawings for the foundation of each original print. In conclusion, areas for growth, enhancement, and future work are discussed, including a summary of the personal insights gained through the body of work. This thesis also supports the visual exhibition in the B. Carroll Reece Museum, East Tennessee State University, in fulfillment of the Master of Fine Arts degree.

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Katie Carroll

Date 2001
Pages 59
Publisher Digital Commans at East Tennessee State University
Department Art
Degree Master of Fine Arts
URL http://dc.etsu.edu/etd/29/
Language English
University East Tennessee State University
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  1. Animals in culture
  2. Art
  3. Human-animal bond
  4. images
  5. photography