Monthly Archives: April 2014

Wood Carving

I carved the cat to be very tall and skinny and go with the grain of the wood. I wanted the sculpture to represent something rather than be abstract like a lot of others were doing. Overall, it came out … Continue reading

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Creation Story Progress

  I started out with more condensed and framed panels to show how condensed and empty the world was at first when nothing existed, and then once the creator began creating, I had the panels dramatically open up wide to … Continue reading

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Creation Story

Soruce: http://www.indians.org/welker/creation.htm Animals, elements, the solar system, and natural phenomena are revered by the Apaches. That which is beyond their understanding is always ascribed to the supernatural. In the beginning nothing existed–no earth, no sky, no sun, no moon, only darkness … Continue reading

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Portrait Project

Pre- critque version: Reference Photo: In this portrait, I was trying to represent my love of animals and nature, as well as my appreciation for slowing down to enjoy little things. Water is often associated with calmness, coolness, and serenity, as … Continue reading

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Figure Drawing Journal, Week 12

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Bone Book

I wanted to make the bones and muscles both visible while being distinct from one another, so I made the bones blue and the muscles red for ease of distinction. I also made the labels for the bones and muscles … Continue reading

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Figure Drawing Journal, Week 11

 

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