Monthly Archives: October 2014

Glitch Art Presentation

If you look up the meaning of the word “glitch”, it is a fault or a defect. Knowing this, I chose the image I did because it contained a beautiful model. She is not perfect, nobody is, but she is … Continue reading

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Make-Up

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Book Pages

This image represents color intensity.Iy is displayed in the purple of the trees and the blue pf the moss. Color intensity refers to how bright or dull a color is. Brightness and dullness are both displayed in this photograph. The … Continue reading

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Floating Chair

This piece is one of my favorite. I put 20+ hours into the creation of this and think that it is my strongest drawing. In the thought process for the creation of this piece,  I wanted to really focus on … Continue reading

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Work Shop

On September 25, 2014, I had the amazing opportunity to go to the opening of artists Whenhau Shi’s exhibit, Night Song at the Llewellyn Gallery. Shi was actually one of the first modern artists to take an interest in time-based … Continue reading

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Frozen

I chose to create the movie Frozen in the style of dadaism. I did this because of how ridiculous the thought of this movie actually is. If someone could have subzero temperatures shooting out of them, then wouldn’t they be … Continue reading

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Mandala

Humans and color live together, simultaneously, in a world of harmony- every color brightening our day or intensifying our mood. Everything we see has it own energy. The soul source of color is light and what is light created through? … Continue reading

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