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Development of Sculpture for Functionality: An Exploration with Terracotta in the Landscape

Development of Sculpture for Functionality: An Exploration with Terracotta in the Landscape. ABSTRACT  The history of sculpture from time reveals the use of varied materials as well as its utility for a multitude of functions; amidst this too is the contentious issue of the varied spaces in which sculpture is placed. However there was a […]

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Creation of Utilitarian Sculptures Derived From Fish Forms

Creation of Utilitarian Sculptures Derived From Fish Forms. ABSTRACT   This study “Creation of Utilitarian Sculptures derived from Fish Forms” is an expression of ideas generated from nature – guppy and tilapia fish, to support the making of sculptures that possess utilitarian value. Guppies are small active freshwater topminnows mostly kept in aquariums while tilapias are […]

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Creation of Play Sculptures Using Gourd Fruit Forms

Creation of Play Sculptures Using Gourd Fruit Forms. ABSTRACT   The gourd fruit (Calabash) is a cultural symbol in Nigeria It is also a decorative item, local musical instrument and even used as kitchen utensil. The gourd fruit form might have been used as a public sculpture to either reflect or symbolize some cultures in Nigeria, but […]

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Creating Sculptural Forms Inspired By The Ijele Masquerade

Creating Sculptural Forms Inspired By The Ijele Masquerade. ABSTRACT   The cultural identity of African people is gradually dying, scholars like Ikwuemesi (2000) believes that; the influx of western ways of life threatened the continued existence of the foundation of Igbo culture. The situation worsened, given to the fact that most parts of Igbo land were reduced to […]

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Creating Forms in Sculpture Inspired by Elebo Masks

Creating Forms in Sculpture Inspired by Elebo Masks. ABSTRACT   Sculpture, has evolved over time, and through the period of its development so many ideas from diverse sources have been discovered by sculptors. African masks have been explored by foreign artists like, Amideo Modigliani and Pablo Picasso in their paintings and sculptures, this direction has influenced to a large extent the trend […]

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Creating Aesthetics in Painting Using Doodles

Creating Aesthetics in Painting Using Doodles. ABSTRACT   This research considers the possibilities of creating aesthetics in painting using doodle. The main thrust is to establish a new mode of artistic expression in painting by recreating the doodles made by a select number of people, while the objectives include to, identify images in doodles, explore line […]

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Contextualisation of Potholes on Nigerian Roads in Painting

Contextualisation of Potholes on Nigerian Roads in Painting. ABSTRACT This thesis focuses on pothole as subject matter. Artists in the Renaissance epoch, laid much emphasis on the subject matter, while the Expressionist artists gave less importance to it. However, the coming of Pop artists, reintroduced the subject matter as a structural method in painting, by […]

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Balance and Stability in the Exploration of Equestrian Forms with Charcoal in Sculpture

Balance and Stability in the Exploration of Equestrian Forms with Charcoal in Sculpture. ABSTRACT This study “Balance and Stability in the exploration of Equestrian Forms with Charcoal in Sculpture” seek to use charcoal to project solid balance and stability in equestrian forms with minimum contacts with the pedestals. The problem of the study is the […]

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