Type of Document Master's Thesis Author Ratliff, Tara Rene URN etd-11132008-153934 Title Eve's Prisoners Degree Master of Fine Arts (M.F.A.) Department Art Advisory Committee
Advisor Name Title Michael Book Committee Chair Jeremiah Ariaz Committee Member Kelli Scott Kelley Committee Member Lynne Baggett Committee Member Mark Zucker Committee Member Keywords
- fine art
Date of Defense 2008-10-22 Availability unrestricted AbstractAll women are the children of Eve and the children of the earth. With the work of Eve’s
Prisoners, my aim was to create imagery about the transient stages of womankind and the
timeless relationship the feminine ideal has with nature. We are born innocent and able to see
the truth of things, but eventually we all imprison ourselves in our bodies, in language, and in our own nature. My pictures want to reconcile the innocence and the pain and to say that by accepting aging and death as part of life, we free ourselves from our own prisons.
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