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My name's Caeleigh Girard and I am barely a month away from graduating with my Bachelors in Fine Arts, my concentration being Electronic Imaging, at Northern Michigan University. It's very exciting! I'll be moving to either Ann Arbor, Michigan or Holland, Michigan, after living at home for a few months to start my… Read More
My name's Caeleigh Girard and I am barely a month away from graduating with my Bachelors in Fine Arts, my concentration being Electronic Imaging, at Northern Michigan University. It's very exciting! I'll be moving to either Ann Arbor, Michigan or Holland, Michigan, after living at home for a few months to start my job search and begin my new life as an aspiring artist. Before attending Northern Michigan University, I attended Kirtland Community College and received my associates in Fine Arts, with a concentration in Photography. Read Less
Although there has been a noticeable lack of faith in my life, the subject has always kept a comfortable spot in the back of my mind, and I find it invigorating to portray it in a new light. I create art nouveau-inspired portraits of strong women such as goddesses and powerful figures that have a strong aura of fe… Read More
Although there has been a noticeable lack of faith in my life, the subject has always kept a comfortable spot in the back of my mind, and I find it invigorating to portray it in a new light. I create art nouveau-inspired portraits of strong women such as goddesses and powerful figures that have a strong aura of feminism. My work portrays surroundings that not only speaks of their lives, but includes imagery to help paint a vivid picture of the theme I have been adjusting and improving of faith and feminism.

In some of my work, I challenge myself by completely limiting my color pallet to both the absence of color and the complete fulfillment of color; black and white. In these pieces, I include intricate detail in simple objects so depth is added where normally there wouldn't be. In other artworks, the use of color and environment is used to create a deeper sense of depth and to show a further understanding of illustration.

While I use a variety of sides of the emotional spectrum in my art, and dabble in different means of illustration, my process and methodology remain consistent. A sense of feminism and faith is likely to appear in my art, as well as a range of experimentation with hue, vectors and emotion. Read Less
Member Since: Nov 19, 2012