Monthly Archives: February 2013

Wood Carving Sketches & Writing

Design and nature go hand-in-hand with one another. The first step of design, thought, works in the same way nature self-assembles through the movement of energy. When we first start to design, we move ideas that evolve into the elements … Continue reading

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The Skeleton Within

For this project, an existing painting was chosen for inspiration. I chose Roberto With Blue Drapery by George Towne. I then put the skeleton into the man in the painting’s body. The original piece was done in oil pastels, but … Continue reading

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Bones of the Legs & Feet

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Shapes Sculpture

For this project, six origami figures were made out paper. The surfaces of the figures were then treated with acrylic paint and liquid gold leafing. I chose to use yellow and purple because they are complimentary colors, therefore they make … Continue reading

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Pattern Sculpture

Patterns are all around us in nature, from microorganisms to the expansive galaxy; they help us identify constants in an ever-changing world. Patterns organize and define relationships in nature. They can easily be put into design, which is what I have … Continue reading

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Arm & Hand Muscles

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Maya Chair

This is a chair that I designed in Maya. It represents the verb, “stabbing” and the adjective, “cold.”

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