Date of Award
Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) in Art History and University Honors
Harmony Hammond -- Criticism and interpretation, Lesbian artists, Lesbianism in art, Sexual orientation in art, American art -- 20th century
Harmony Hammond has spent decades making art in a range of styles, techniques, and drawing on multiple influences. One main influence could be her queer identity, which was established in the early 1970s. If this is the case, where is it evident? How did her personal life affect her artistic career? I propose that her sexual identity is directly related to the way she made art, and that the people she was associated with helped her explore this identity in her work.
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Barnhill, Gina R., "Rings, Rungs, and Rugs: Harmony Hammond’s Floor Pieces and Wrapped Sculptures (1973-1984)" (2017). University Honors Theses. Paper 416.