Title of Abstract

My Artistic Journey as a Fine Arts Major

Submitting Student(s)

Rachel HunnicuttFollow

Session Title

Professional Practices in Creative Expressions- Session 1

Faculty Mentor

Anne Fiala, M.F.A.; fialaa@winthrop.edu

College

College of Visual and Performing Arts

Department

Fine Arts

Faculty Mentor

Anne Fiala, M.F.A.

Abstract

Fine art often focuses on confronting raw, emotional concepts that can’t otherwise be put into words. However, my work is saccharine, an escape from the harsh realities of life for myself and the viewer to enjoy. My work sheds light on the quaintness of daily life. I am heavily inspired by children’s book illustrations, with their playful imagery and childlike essence. In this presentation, I will discuss my journey as an artist throughout my time at Winthrop University as a Fine Arts Major, showing how my style has grown over the years and acquired the fundamental sentimentality that it possesses today.

Course Assignment

ARTS 491 - Fiala

Start Date

16-4-2021 12:00 PM

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Apr 16th, 12:00 PM

My Artistic Journey as a Fine Arts Major

Fine art often focuses on confronting raw, emotional concepts that can’t otherwise be put into words. However, my work is saccharine, an escape from the harsh realities of life for myself and the viewer to enjoy. My work sheds light on the quaintness of daily life. I am heavily inspired by children’s book illustrations, with their playful imagery and childlike essence. In this presentation, I will discuss my journey as an artist throughout my time at Winthrop University as a Fine Arts Major, showing how my style has grown over the years and acquired the fundamental sentimentality that it possesses today.