- Senior Exhibit 2010
Shown in the 1920 Gallery belonging to Indiana Wesleyan University at one of three 2010 spring-semester senior art shows.
- These pieces had dimensions of 24 x 30 inches, and were displayed on glossy, translucent photo paper that over-layed hanging light boxes.
The wall, on which the art was hanging, was barely lighted. It allowed the back-lit images to emit an ethereal glow, that not only affected the impact of the exhibit, but also brought out minute details, such as the stars in the background, which now showed as tiny pin-points of light. I was very satisfied with the finished work, and received an abundance of positive feedback from those visiting the show. The illuminated display was a popular favorite.
We were required to create a final project with several pieces that united as a series to creatively present a concept. This series was created during a very difficult time in my life, and to me it speaks of perseverance, determination, and hard work. However, the submitted concept translates into a thematic story telling of the struggle to maintain balance in an undefinable, ever-changing, environment, which is life. This series speaksof overcoming irrational fears and making the most of one's talent in spite of internal and external challenges.