School of Art Design and Art History

Hattie Eshleman

i3D Senior Capstone Exhibit


 
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SUMMARY: "My work explores and emphasizes the relationship between jewelry and the body, using the language of adornment to have a conversation about the body and the human experience."


Hattie Eshleman


OPENING: Wed, Oct 5th, 7PM
DATES: Oct 5th- 8th
WHERE: Grace St. Critique Space, Duke Hall

Artist Statement:
Adornment has been a human impulse and tradition for centuries. Objects that are worn on the body but that serve no practical purpose (warmth or modesty) are something that is universal to all human cultures. As an art form, adornment is the act of placing the work directly in context of the body. I explore and emphasize that connection using adornment to have a conversation about the body and the human experience. 

Published: Monday, October 3, 2016

Last Updated: Tuesday, October 4, 2016

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