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I feel like this is the end of the beginning. It was a lot of hard work but it was worth it, now its time to move on. Thank you to all my professors and class mates who taught me so much! Here is the body of work I made for the show. This exhibitContinue reading “The BFA Show”
Its been too long since I last wrote…I am in the final stretch of my BFA degree and I can’t wait to finally be certified as an artist of fine things! This is my last semester here at NAU and I’m working on my first art show. I have been working hard and have doneContinue reading “Certified Fine Artist”
This is a Taihu stone, they are awesome A Taihu Stone is a form of garden art which originated around 700 years ago in Chinese gardens and represent humans influence and collaboration with nature. These rocks are found on the countryside and chosen based on their unique shape. When a rock is selected, the artistContinue reading “The Taihu Stone”
HI! I am excited about an art gallery in Jerome my painterly friends opened (I contributed a few doll hairs so they let me be a part of it). Jerome is an awesome old town up in some mountains which are in a desert which is in Arizona. The view from town is amazing asContinue reading “Ephemeral Studios!”
Howdy! Here are some new pictures of my latest. I want to say that although not much has changed, I realized the academic system feels like its constructed in a way to beat you down. There is this thing called senioritis where students stop showing up their last semester and then quit art all togetherContinue reading “Hot Out of the Kiln”
Here is a body of work I have been working on since the beginning of this semester.
The inspiration for this piece comes from a Chinese form of art called scholar’s rocks. In China, people find interesting shaped limestone boulders and carve into them to accentuate their features. Then they put them in the river for 30 years. During this time the river defines these features even more and polishes the surface.Continue reading “Scholar’s Rock”