My work is merely a response to, and an expression of, the
things that I see and the way that I interpret them. Currently, most
of my work revolves around the human figure, both in printmaking
and in drawing. To me, the figure is one of the most interesting and
I use printmaking as a means to push my creativity and ideas.
What I like most about printing is the process and the vastness of
the medium. It allows me to be inventive with different tools and
processes to achieve the outcome that I most desire. Not all of the
processes appeal to me equally, but in the end, its the result that
drives me toward one or the other.
Drawing is ultimately the basis of everything that I do. When I
draw, I am particularly inspired by the way that light hits my subject.
Even if a drawing is visually accurate, I feel it is most successful
when aspects of myself are shown through the work unintentionally.
Art is really important to me as a student and as an artist, but it
means the most to me when I am able to share it.
Untitled, 9" x 12", monotype
|Select a thumbnail image to view an artwork.||
|1||Maikai||7 x 6 each (framed)||Artist book/color lithographs|
|2||Untitled||12 ½ x 9 ½||monoprint|
|3||Nick||19 x 25||charcoal and acrylic|
|4||Untitled Figure||20 x 14||charcoal and acrylic|
|5||Choice||25 x 19||charcoal and oil pastel|
|6||Adrienne||14 x 20||charcoal and oil pastel|
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