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Lion’s Pride Committee:
Diandra Dunham, Student
Karen Holum, Design Department Chair
Wesley Mantooth, English Department Chair
Rechelle Schimke, English Faculty
Sue Wozniak, Librarian
Cover Art: “Reflections,” by Andrew Lee Kaye
Artist’s Statement: Take a sheet of music, to the plain observer it appears as a bunch of notes on some lines, but if a musician looks at it, they see the deeper meaning behind the notes. In other words, even though a thing or object may appear to be one way, depending on the other people looking at it, it could seem to be completely different. This piece of work is an abstraction of a object that I found in my house. Each viewer may have a different idea of what is could be. My work is from ART 140, Photography Appreciation.