Monthly Archives: October 2016
Recently in my Foundations class we have been working on a series of projects involving stripes on a page.
All images have their own sense of scale. By changing size relationships within an image, one can create dynamic and interesting pieces. In this work, I changed both the scale of the piano and of the horses as compared to … Continue reading
Recently I have become disappointed in myself in the way I “collect” real life references, especially at this time of year. Just as it happens every year, when autumn rolls around, all of the trees in the area change to … Continue reading
I recently came across this video while browsing the Internet and I must say it struck a major chord with me.
As everyone moves throughout their life, they see and observe the world in different ways. From these observations we can be inspired to do and create many things. This is a fact that is especially true for artists. How the … Continue reading
Get out the vote posters made for Digital Foundations.