Self-Reflection Progression: Portrait


Self-Reflection Progression: Portrait


Faux limestone and brass.
Plaque reads, "Self-Reflection Progression consists of three variations of the same image: a line drawing made of a circular mild steel with a flat bar frame; a tonal terrazzo relief composted of a terrazo medallion in a stainless steel frame; and dimensional portrait made of faux limestone in a solid brass frame. The work alludes to the potentiality for an ever increasing depth and dimensionality of our humanity. Upon reflection, we might realize that what we saw when we looked into a mirror as a youth was a mere sketch or simple portrait of our ultimate human potential (line drawing). As out studies and experiences progress, the simple outline transforms and our self-reflection becomes more nuanced and dimensional (terazzo piece). Portrait is the culminating piece in the series of portraits and represent a further stage of growth and development, an emergence from mere reflection, and thus a progression of greater value."
Located on the first floor of Bellamy Hall.
Digital .jpg (300 dpi, pixel dimensions- width: 1125, height:1500)


"Lambert, Colin
Adams, Peter"



Copyright Not Evaluated: As of 06/08/2020, the copyright for this item has not been investigated by Hamersly Library.


Image; StillImage


United States--Oregon--Polk County--Monmouth



"Lambert, Colin Adams, Peter" , “Self-Reflection Progression: Portrait,” Omeka @ WOU, accessed May 27, 2023,