Hannah Airoldi, Senior Art Exhibition Portfolio
This is a portfolio created for Senior Art Exhibition 2020. Work includes the brand identity for a cafe.
Brianna Braeger, Senior Art Exhibition Portfolio
This is a portfolio created for Senior Art Exhibition Spring 2020. This work included sport photography.
Annabelle R. Broeffle
Abstract three-piece series created by Annabelle Broeffle in the fall of 2019. It includes sculpture and installation art. The series is focused on indigenous social issues.
Senior Art Porfolio: Exploring Old Family Photos
This body of work is an experimentation of mixed media as well as an interpretation of my personal family history. This work has sprouted from my early childhood days when I would visit my great-grandma every week and she would show me old photos and tell me stories about them. Even today, I ask my grandparents questions about photos I find and they tell me new stories.
Color, texture, composition, and the contrast of abstraction and realism are key elements in the making of my work. The more realistic features are used to highlight what it is that I find most important in the photos I use. I like to use a square cut-out and find areas of the photos that I find most interesting. Often, it will be really small details you wouldn’t otherwise notice in the photos; things that stand out to me or remind me of the stories I have been told. The use of abstraction gives the work the feeling of the past. For example, I use a washed out ghost-like effect on certain background objects rather than giving them full detail. Texture has become extremely important in the evolution of this work. Adding texture to the various pieces is to give a more home-like feeling and to make the viewer connect to the work in a more personal way.
Alek Emmel, Senior Art Exhibition Portfolio
Portfolio of work for the 2020 Senior Art Exhibition. Work Includes mixed media collages.
Noah Fidlin Senior Art Portfolio
Noah J. Fidlin
An art, photography and design magazine that combines analog and digital media.
Doodle-Strations & Package Design
Photo album series of digital illustrations and package design, labels and website for made up brand of beer
Shiela Mae E. Holder, "Senior Art Portfolio"
Shiela Mae E. Holder
These are three digital illustrations regarding social issues created by Shiela Mae Holder for her senior art exhibition. The size of each of these social illustrations is 18 in. by 24 in. The first social illustration is a cellphone issue illustration, the second illustration is an opioid issue illustration, and the third illustration is a religion issue illustration.
Senior Art Portfolio: La Quinceañera
A series of black and white relief prints by Angeles Jimenez regarding the traditions of quinceañeras.
Meghan Lamb Senior Art Capstone
Meghan Elizabeth Lamb
This is my final project completed for the Senior Art Capstone class, ART499, at St. Norbert College. In completion, I designed 16 album covers.
Maddie LeBrun- Senior Art Portfolio
A pair of hand-painted alphabets, compiled into an illustrated book to promote sustainability and environmental stewardship.
Erotic Elders: Getting Freaky Over Fifty
My senior art final is a booklet featuring illustrations of couples over fifty in varying scenes of sexual intimacy with comedic twists. In my eyes, sex should not be treated with such seriousness, and instead is something that should be laughed at, as it is a hilarious experience filled with pinched nerves, weird faces, and off-putting bodily noises. Learning to laugh at the things that make people uncomfortable is an important way to normalize them and allow others to talk about it without judgement or shame. With this work, I intend to poke holes in the idealized image western society has of sex, wherein couples are physically perfect and face no hindrances or roadblocks to intimacy. Sex does not need to be regulated to merely a source of titillation or personal shame, it can be a way to achieve closeness and a vulnerability with others. I use the genre of erotica to draw attention to non-idealized images of sex, where mistakes are made and messes are frequent. To me, human body is rife with wonderful flaws, and removing the illusion of perfection and age restrictions can better normalize the realities of sex and sexuality.
As I am approaching the end of my college career, I am currently working on a series of digital illustrations of my immediate family. My motivation behind my project is the fact that my family has always supported me whenever I needed them the most. This project was my way of showing them my love and appreciation. Growing up with my family, I’ve established connections with them on multiple levels. I am appreciative of all of the sacrifices they’ve made for me over the years in order to help me be the man I am today. My mom, being the glue of the family, is one of the strongest women I know. Although she is very soft spoken, you would never want to be on her bad side (believe me, I know). She does everything in her power to make sure my sisters and I are thriving. She challenges us all to be better versions of ourselves every day. My sister, Ta’ Tee-Etta, is my best friend. Although we were constantly at each other's throats growing up, she’s always had my back. She was always there to protect me even when I didn’t ask her to do so. She’s been someone who I can talk about anything. Michel is the sister with multiple personalities. One minute she’s overly energetic, the next she's very serious, and later on she’s very calm. Growing up, we definitely didn’t see eye to eye, but as we both got older, we’ve grown closer.
For my project, there will be four illustrations completed in the senior art exhibit. These illustrations, which include, my mom, two sisters, and myself, were completed in Adobe Illustrator Draw. These illustrations were all completed on my phone, although it was difficult to work on such a small surface. The more practice I got with it, I was able to get comfortable with using a stylus to complete my artwork. My artwork focuses on tracing, coloring, filling, shading, and highlighting. For example, with my illustration, I started off by choosing a high quality photograph of myself to trace in Adobe Illustrator Draw. After thoroughly tracing my image, I proceeded to fill in my drawing with the proper colors, shadows, and highlights. My background color was pink because that was the color which popped out the most in my illustration. In addition, I filled the background with lines and shapes which were filled and outlined with the colors used for my illustration as well.
Devin Morrisroe Senior Capstone
Currently my work consists of designing characters from the ground up and slowly turning them into a form of entertainment for people to watch. My work creates happiness, joy, and a new sense of escape from everyday life. From backgrounds to small details of a storyline, I hone in on the details of the characters personalities and their emotions to keep the story and characters consistent. I use Adobe products to create the colorful images that I present to the people, but I am not afraid to get hands on with any projects and work with pencils or paints. I do voices for my characters which bring my characters closer to life even if they are not in an animation. When I was a young kid I watched many different cartoons, and I observed all the characters and how successful they were in the show. This allowed me to study many different personalIties and analyze many characters. The characters that I have made also have been with me since the fifth grade and they are affected by what is going on in my life as well. I am presenting in my senior show an animation I worked on in class over a semester. It took over three months to hand draw 52 individual images, and to scan them in and make it into a gif on photoshop. I would spend about an hour to two hours a day on the drawings. After all the images were sketched out I added the details in and darken the lines to prep for the scanning phase of the animation. After all the animations were scanned, I stitched all the images in photoshop and did a time lapse and exported it out into a gif.
The Last Dance, Senior Art Portfolio
Bridget Van Beckum, Senior Art Exhibition Portfolio
Bridget Van Beckum
Portfolio created for the 2020 Senior Art Exhibition as part of the requirements for ART 499. The work includes several repeating patterns made with watercolor and colored pencil.
Sara Winkel: Senior Art Exhibition Portfolio
This portfolio was created for the 2020 Senior Art Exhibition. It includes work based off of famous broadway musicals and the Pop Art movement.
Pieces of the People
21 portraits of people that have had an impact on me here at SNC.
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