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High School Work

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  • Skeleton Scaffold

    18”deep X 17” wide X 14” tall

    This is a piece from my concentration for AP 3D design in Junior year, which was centered on exploring how man and nature find different solutions to the same problem. In this piece, I was exploring support structures. Nature uses bone and man uses scaffolding to provide structure.
  • Skeleton Scaffold

    18”deep X 17” wide X 14” tall

    This is a piece from my concentration for AP 3D design in Junior year, which was centered on exploring how man and nature find different solutions to the same problem. In this piece, I was exploring support structures. Nature uses bone and man uses scaffolding to provide structure.
  • Pipe Tree

    24” deep X 46” wide X 70” tall

    This is a piece from my concentration for AP 3D design in Junior year, which was centered on exploring how man and nature find different solutions to the same problem. I visualized a tree growing using plumbing instead of a root system to gather its water.
  • Pipe Tree

    24” deep X 46” wide X 70” tall

    This is a piece from my concentration for AP 3D design in Junior year, which was centered on exploring how man and nature find different solutions to the same problem. I visualized a tree growing using plumbing instead of a root system to gather its water.
  • Birdhive

    37” long X 28” wide X 29” tall

    This piece is from my Junior year. My challenge was to make a piece that grew from my reaction to the words “nest” and “hive”. I pictured a wasp/bird hybrid and imagined its home.
  • Birdhive

    37” long X 28” wide X 29” tall

    This piece is from my Junior year. My challenge was to make a piece that grew from my reaction to the words “nest” and “hive”. I pictured a wasp/bird hybrid and imagined its home.
  • Heart of the City

    4” deep X 22” wide X 12” tall

    This is a piece from my concentration for AP 3D design in Junior year, which was centered on exploring how man and nature find different solutions to the same problem. Roads act as the lifeblood of a city, transferring energy to its different parts, much like the body’s circulatory system.
  • Heart of the City

    4” deep X 22” wide X 12” tall

    This is a piece from my concentration for AP 3D design in Junior year, which was centered on exploring how man and nature find different solutions to the same problem. Roads act as the lifeblood of a city, transferring energy to its different parts, much like the body’s circulatory system.
  • Smokestack Forest

    7” deep X 11” wide X 22” tall

    This is a piece from my concentration for AP 3D design in Junior year, which was centered on exploring how man and nature find different solutions to the same problem. I tried to visualize the phrase “smokestack forest”. The dense stretches of factory smokestacks echo the trees in a forest. The remnants of the forest are still present.
  • Smokestack Forest

    7” deep X 11” wide X 22” tall

    This is a piece from my concentration for AP 3D design in Junior year, which was centered on exploring how man and nature find different solutions to the same problem. I tried to visualize the phrase “smokestack forest”. The dense stretches of factory smokestacks echo the trees in a forest. The remnants of the forest are still present.
  • World of Ideas

    18” deep X 17” wide X 14” tall

    This piece is from my Junior year. It grew from my perception of books as a narrow window into the mind of the author. The writer is able to convey a part of their internal world with their words, but there is much more behind the pages.
  • World of Ideas

    18” deep X 17” wide X 14” tall

    This piece is from my Junior year. It grew from my perception of books as a narrow window into the mind of the author. The writer is able to convey a part of their internal world with their words, but there is much more behind the pages.
  • Untitled

    12” deep X 24” wide X 25” tall

    This is a non-representational self-portrait that I made in my Junior year. I was concerned with the duality of the surface that we present to the world and our internal self. The front is layered with cosmetic and clothing advertisements and the inside is covered in homework, drawings, and personal writings. They are divided between right-brain and left-brain, representing different elements of my personality.
  • Untitled

    12” deep X 24” wide X 25” tall

    This is a non-representational self-portrait that I made in my Junior year. I was concerned with the duality of the surface that we present to the world and our internal self. The front is layered with cosmetic and clothing advertisements and the inside is covered in homework, drawings, and personal writings. They are divided between right-brain and left-brain, representing different elements of my personality.
  • Abstracted Candle

    12” deep X 11” wide X 17” tall

    This is from my Sophomore year. My teacher challenged the class to play with tension and form. This is an abstracted candle, so I made the base out of a block of wood I had scorched with an acetylene torch to carry the concept of flame through to the finished piece.
  • Abstracted Candle

    12” deep X 11” wide X 17” tall

    This is from my Sophomore year. My teacher challenged the class to play with tension and form. This is an abstracted candle, so I made the base out of a block of wood I had scorched with an acetylene torch to carry the concept of flame through to the finished piece.
  • Paper Flowers

    10” deep X 9” wide X 11” tall

    This is from my Junior year. Each student was given a paper bag filled with a twig, two weights of wire, a piece of string, and dirt. The assignment was to use all of it and nothing else other than glue or tape.
  • Paper Flowers

    10” deep X 9” wide X 11” tall

    This is from my Junior year. Each student was given a paper bag filled with a twig, two weights of wire, a piece of string, and dirt. The assignment was to use all of it and nothing else other than glue or tape.