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Art From Foundations to Form and Space

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Hallway Gestures

Each gesture is of the same hallway at a different angle. Except for the last drawing, all of the gestures have no shading, relying on line weight to show depth and distance in the Hall.

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Living Object

The objective of this project was to give living aspects to an inanimate object. I chose an old wood scraper and gave it plant like qualities. The plants depicted are an avocado seed, ivy, an iris and a daisy in the … Continue reading

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Gesture Drawings

  All of these gesture drawings were done in one hour each over the course of a week.They are arranged from most to least recent.

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Wire Narwhal

This was a collaborated effort with two of my fellow classmates Victoria Harris and Stephanie Kemp. It is a wire framed narwhal made from various types of wires, mainly molding wire, which turned out to be unstable with such a large … Continue reading

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Linear Day

  For the Linear day project, I had to show the daily routine of my life. The first image is the cover to the book and the one on the bottom is of course my linear day. All of the … Continue reading

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Springtime by Claude Monet

When picturing an image, the mind does not complete the image as it was entirely, but focuses on what made the image unique, which is what Claude Monet did with his work, including Springtime. Claude Monet was a French painter … Continue reading

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Exhibit: Boundary Hunters

A new exhibit called “Boundary Hunters” opened at the university across from my college on October 26th of 2012. The exhibit displayed abstract works by a range of different artist’s. Each piece showed a different technique while still unifying with the other … Continue reading

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The Infamous Chair

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Reflective: Glasses, Gourds and Boxes

   Thisweekwas focused on learning how to incorporate all the different techniques into one piece instead of a piece per technique. While it’s more noticeable in the boxes sketch, in the glass sketch, negative space, proportion, and Mondrian lines where all used in the process of creating these … Continue reading

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The Danger of a Single Story: Chimamanda Ngozi Adichi

While this Ted Talk is pertaining to writing, the subject of stereotyping and staying with one story is a common issue in art as well. This world is filled with so much variation, that every form of art should be as different … Continue reading

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Negative Space

The negative space drawing is meant to be an exercise in observation of the space around an object, training the eye to see around the object to capture the object. I found this a very fun piece to do and very … Continue reading

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Medieval Sketches

During the farmers market on sunday, I got a chance to sketch some Medieval times re-enactors including a sword duel between at least four different knights . Their costumes were very intricate, but it was the slight errors in continuity … Continue reading

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