Art History as Memory Devices
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    A series of paintings that retell a personal memory though abstract reproduction of famous art history paintings. I followed the color palette ho… Read More
    A series of paintings that retell a personal memory though abstract reproduction of famous art history paintings. I followed the color palette horizontally along the famous painting and painted the visual timeline of the work to follow the idea of a personal timeline from the memory. (top to bottom: 1. My last high school painting + my transition from NYC to MICA. 2. Andy Warhol’s Tomato Soup Can + my experience with Carnegie Mellon University. 3. Giuseppe Archimboldo’s Vegetables In A Bowl Or The Gardener + my connection to the National Gallery of Art & Washington D.C.) Read Less
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Oil on Canvas, Found Objects // 2011
A series of paintings that retell a personal memory though abstract reproduction of famous art history paintings. I followed the color palette horizontally along the famous painting and painted the visual timeline of the work to follow the idea of a personal timeline from the memory.
(top to bottom / left to right: 
1. My last high school painting + my transition from NYC to MICA. 
2. Andy Warhol’s Tomato Soup Can + my experience with Carnegie Mellon University. 
3. Giuseppe Archimboldo’s Vegetables In A Bowl Or The Gardener + my connection to the National Gallery of Art & Washington D.C.)