This month, I’ve been traveling along the coasts in Ireland. In learning about the culture and history of this country, I’ve realized that the world and stories of the dead never leave new generations. Every generation reforms the traditions of the past and it is only through understanding that history that we are able to … More The Dead
Graphite, vine charcoal, and oil pastel on light green conte paper. … More Strength
This is a charcoal piece from my first year in undergrad. We were asked to complete a self portrait using our own personal items. This piece speaks to the fact that many of us are comprised of multiple layers, making us unique, dynamic and quite confusing sometimes. I find that there is beauty in mystery … More Build Memories
This piece is a part of a series of “Doodles” which I use to play with movement, weight, and patterns. I usually will draw one once a month, as a warm up technique. I use a black sharpie and a blank piece of computer paper and allow these shapes to take form. This is a … More Convocation Piece-Fall 1
This piece is one of three which were impromptu pieces during a speech. The inspirations for each mark can with the words of the speaker.
This was the last of the three huge charcoal drawings I finished in a studio class. I used a greyish blue toned paper and sticks of charcoal.