We've pulled together some portfolios that introduce and showcase the work of former students. Our plan is to add several portfolios each year, showing the range and variety of what can result, in part, from the study and practice of art at William and Mary.
If you're an alum and would like to participate: [[art]]
Joseph Dye '67
"No one will ever know what you are talking about."
"I grew up believing in the cultural significance of stories and myth. I imbue my images with details from these stories . . ."
"I am afraid I was sometimes a rather mediocre student, and I initially struggled with writing . . ."
"When I think of W&M, the sundial often comes to mind . . . "
“I guess it all started with a critique that I didn’t ‘talk like an artist’ . . .
"We are not only what we eat, but how we eat it too . . . "
“In my sophomore year, an aesthetic, pedagogical, and constitutional debate erupted within the ranks of art students and faculty . . .”
“As graduation from William and Mary approached, I freaked out . . .”