I spent the semester exploring gesture, tone and perspective in that order. My first project, which lasted for the first five-weeks, was to create my cosmology inspired by an object I constructed by repetition to create spatial depth. I was introduced to linear and tonal perspective to create this world and trascend my object. While the first project was to train patience, erasure and recomposition, our final project, which I carried out in the remaining seven weeks, was focused on rapidity and quantity in creating a series of drawings with composition as a key component.
Drawing Spring - Cosmology: Skeleton
Nebula of Dreams
50" x 36"
conte
Drawing Spring - Cosmology
Nebula 1
55" x 36"
conte
Drawing Spring - Cosmology: Opposite
Nebula 2
77" x 20"
compressed charcoal
Drawing Spring - Series (Final)
Apples - The Disintegration
48" x 36"
compressed charcoal
Drawing Spring - Series (Final)
Apples - The Disintegration
60" x 40"
compressed charcoal
Drawing Spring - Series (Final)
Apples - The Disintegration
60" x 40"
compressed charcoal
Drawing Spring - Series (Final)
Apples - The Disintegration
48" x 36"
compressed charcoal
Drawing Spring - Series (Final)
Apples - The Disintegration
24" x 36"
compressed charcoal
Drawing Spring - Series (Final)
Apples - The Disintegration
48" x 36"
compressed charcoal
Drawing Spring - Series (Final)
Apples - The Disintegration
96" x 72"
compressed charcoal
Drawing Fall - Marathon Skeleton
50" x 30"
conte
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