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Little Moving Windows
Petrosky, Natalie E.

2012, BFA, Kent State University, College of the Arts / School of Art.

My Honors Thesis is an investigation in sculptural glass as an art form. I took a foam taxidermy framework of a chipmunk and casted multiples of it. I created an installation piece consisting of forty-seven castings that were mounted on four foot tapered dowel rods. The piece speaks of physical disease and migration towards a common goal.


My thesis also includes a detailed account of the multiple processes I went through to make the large installation piece. Craft is an important aspect of making glass art. I made sure to describe each complicated step in full.

Sean Mercer (Advisor)
Gianna Commito (Committee Member)
Kathleen Browne (Committee Member)
Paul O'Keeffe (Committee Member)
33 p.

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