Destruction and Regeneration: A Dialogue in Bas-Relief
destruction and regeneration, bas-relief, University of Redlands, sculpture, art, design
Art and Design | Arts and Humanities | History of Art, Architecture, and Archaeology | Sculpture
This honors project is intended to serve primarily two purposes. The first purpose, or problem, involves the designing and sculpting of two bas reliefs for the retaining walls at the stair landings above the rose garden, which is in front of the Administration Building. These reliefs are intended to complement and enhance the site and to stimulate the vision and thinking of the viewer by dealing with two aspects of life which confront everyone, namely the forces of destruction and regeneration.
The second purpose of the project is educational in nature.
Miller, T. (1965). Destruction and Regeneration: A Dialogue in Bas-Relief (Undergraduate honors thesis, University of Redlands). Retrieved from https://inspire.redlands.edu/cas_honors/898