Title

Influences of Psychological and Experiential Processes in Paintings of Sheila Sobol

Author

Sheila Sobol

Date of Award

1974

Document Type

Masters Research Paper

Degree Name

M.A.

Department

Art & Art History

First Advisor

Melvin N. Strawn

Keywords

Sheila Sobol, Painting, Technique, Art, Psychology

Abstract

"For a number of artists, the activity of making art is an inquiry into: the nature of art, the true nature of reality, and the execution of artistic ideas. This inquiry is benefited by recognizing psychological processes and theories, subjective and external experiences, and technical and aesthetic knowledge. The "creative process" contains this inquiry and can be likened to a hinge which connects the art produced and the artist."

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Publication Statement

Copyright is held by the author. Permanently suppressed.

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