24"x36" Acrylic on Canvas
12"x16" Acrylic on Canvas
24"x30" Acrylic on Canvas
30"x40" Acrylic on Canvas
40"x33" Acrylic on Stock Paper
29.5"x39.5" Mixed Media
One of those days.
What I found unique about New York City is the cultural diversity that it offers. There are so many different people in New York from all walks of life. I illustrated the 3 most common types of people one would find and meet in the city: the tourist, the business man and the homeless into a series of three postcards.
A visual diary of a month in my life.
I made original drawings of the 26 Roman Capitals with classical proportions. I wanted to experiment with different materials with this project. I used Conte crayons, watered-down acrylic paint and black markers. I tried to give the letters a gradient effect with the Conte crayons. Then I used watered-down acrylic paint and dripped it alongside the roman capitals. After I was done painting the letters, I splattered the left-over paint residue all over the painting. Lastly, I traced the letters with black felt to make the letters look more visible from a distance.
Instructor: Richard Mehl
This timeline is not your typical timeline... I created a timeline for graphic designer, Alan Fletcher. I painted important events that happened in his lifetime played off of works he has done during that particular time in his life. Each canvas represents the time and the highlight of what Fletcher has accomplished during that year. The paintings are in chronological order from the top left to the bottom right.
Instructor: John Kudos
My friends always say the weirdest things happen to me and that I should write a book about myself. So I did. This is a compilation of stories that happened in my life.
Drawings on location.