Put in Perspective
I created this piece using various watercolor palettes as well as micron pens for outlining.
The meaning behind this piece strays from my love for architectural art. I felt particularly inspired by the hand sculptures in venice and decided to take my own spin on things.
Into the Wild
I created this piece using watercolor, acrylic paints, micron pens for outlining, as well as newspaper scraps to incoporate quotes from the book.
The meaning behind this piece orgininated from my love for the book Into the Wild by Jon Krakauer. This book has affected my life and mindset in many ways so basing a sketchbook prompt off of it was not difficult in the slightest. I enjoy creating things in which only certain people can truly appreciate, I consider this one of those pieces.
A Point in Time
I created this piece using acrylic paint for the background color as well as oil pastels for an impressionism effect.
This piece is was inspired by a photo I took on a trip with a long distance friend in Destin, Florida. The photo reminds me of a peaceful and happy time spent with someone I love which is why I chose to base this piece on it.
I created this piece using sketch pencils, watercolor for the flowers, and micron pens for outlining.
I used this sketch of a human heart with flowers to show how happy and truly good a persons soul and intentions can be. This piece was created to remind people of a persons true potential.
a Moment in Time
I created this piece using watercolor for the background as well as acrylic paints for the forground components.
I created this sunrise in order to show that each day brings a new horizon along with new opportunities. This piece is meant to provide a feeling of serenity and appreciation for life.
Light of Life
I created this piece using clay slabs and the slip and score technique. The carvings on the lid were done with various ceramic tools and it was glazed and clear coated after firing.
My reasoning behind choosing the tree design for this candle holder deals with my value of nature. By making the tree the negative space of the clay lid, the light will shine through it, making the tree the source of light. This is similar to how nature is the “light” and center of our world.