Date of Graduation
Master of Fine Arts in Art (MFA)
Second Committee Member
Third Committee Member
Communication and the arts, Art, Habitats, Katographic, Original photographs, Photographic arts, Portrayal, Kat Wilson
This thesis is in addition to my thesis series, Portrayal, a group of selected photographs. In this essay I outline the contents and developments of the series of photographs by the same name. It includes information on the artistic techniques employed, concepts and considerations taken into account when making the photographs including the relationship with and presentation of the subject, the exhibition of the photographs, and influences on the specific composition and tone of the photographs.
The images in Portrayal are not candid or objective views. Each is constructed based upon the negotiations with the subject and represent an edited view of the subject. Portrayal provides a unique examination of a cross section of a specific group of artists all connected geographically. This structure made it possible for a group of viewers to interact with each other both as subjects and as part of the selected piece of the art community.
Wilson, K. A. (2016). Portrayal. Graduate Theses and Dissertations Retrieved from https://scholarworks.uark.edu/etd/1461