Abstract Figures

Last week I took a 3-day workshop on abstracting figures. I've been wanting to really loosen up in my work and have this idea of just slapping on paint, stepping back, and voila, I've created a masterpiece! While I know that's a pipedream, I'd like to work towards it anyway. So, this workshop was exactly … Continue reading Abstract Figures

A Brief History of Color in Art

The Art Genome Project By Sarah Gottesman May 20th, 2016 Originally found on Artsy.net Artists invented the first pigments—a combination of soil, animal fat, burnt charcoal, and chalk—as early as 40,000 years ago, creating a basic palette of five colors: red, yellow, brown, black, and white. Since then, the history of color has been one … Continue reading A Brief History of Color in Art

Live & Learn

Our second major assignment was to design a small space to be used for both living and learning, such as a student. I imagined if I had my own place what it might look like: a small one-bedroom apartment with the basic amenities plus two cats. It's crazy how much technology has changed in twelve years! I'm … Continue reading Live & Learn

Color & Rendering

As part of the Interior Design program, we took classes on color theory and rendering by hand. We didn't have fancy computer programs that did the work for us and I'm glad for it!  Rendering allows you to convey your ideas to clients in a visual manner by making presentations appear realistic and three-dimensional. For example, when looking … Continue reading Color & Rendering

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