This is it! (Most) of what I made this year. Sill working on stuff but I’ll add it when I’m done. 🙂
Three of these are photos of pieces too large to send in person. I printed the photos and enhanced the smaller version, I like to think if them as the baby brothers to the original :))
I especially love the additions to the Las Vegas piece.
I’ve wanted a way to show off the pictures I take but I haven’t had any ideas, till now!
I took all my favorites from the pst few months and literally just made a gigantic collage. It is about eight feet by ten feet, and I might do more with it, but I really like it as it is.
I finally got a chance to matt the photos from this shoot, if it were to be displayed it would look like the following but on a wall:
Its good to finally be done but its annoying that it took me this long to get my hands on matt board. Either way, final display is almost exactly what I wanted. If I had unlimited resources I would want the photos printed bigger, but it’s fine as is.
We had an assignment in art class to take an old piece and re-vamp it. I combined three old pieces and made this. It was a really fun relief piece.
This is marker and acrylic on cardboard. It is the first piece I have done for my new concentration, which is still semi-undefined. I have a clear thesis for it in my head, but I am hesitant to put it on paper before working it out through a few more pieces. Starting number two tomorrow ✌🏻
This is a big collage of famous actors and actresses. They are portrayed straight characters, as all actors have for most of movie and TV history. They are also all white, and play almost exclusively white characters. When they are playing a character of another race, they did it as a gross stereotype, instead of giving the part to someone actually of that race. Its pretty big, and I’m in love with the colors scheme.
I painted this piece with acrylic on a styrofoam tombstone from the dollar store. Despite the fact that I sanded the surface before painting it, the texture made it difficult to achieve smooth and crisp lines. However, I’m really pleased with the turnout of this piece. The asymmetrical shape created a challenge unique to this surface.