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Sunday, May 9, 2010

Interpretative Painting Project

Theme: An Interpretation painting about ME!
Medium: Oil on Canvas, 40" X 60"
Date: Friday, April 16, 2010

Writer's Block: Rosebud

Themes: Monkey, Barn, and Rosebud
Medium: Oil on Canvas
Date: December 2009

Beaver Sculpture

3/4 Front View

Back View

Top View

Medium: 1 Spoon, Wires, and Brown Strings
Date: Fall 2009

Monday, March 29, 2010

A Starry Night Twist

Hey this was done way back in grade 12 and I was studying Van Gogh for my ISU project for my art class. For those who are unfamiliar with the abbreviation ISU, it means Independent Study Unit and everyone in high school must do one for each course in all 4 years. To sum up the experience of ISUs...they are NOT fun and especially if you have crazy teachers, who snaps like little chihuahuas, it's a living nightmare! If there are gr8 kids in the GTA,Ontario region reading this blog...BEWARE of the ISUs!!! (You have been warned.)

Anyways on a happy note, can you tell I got inspired by The Starry Night? Hehe. Enjoy!

Medium: Acrylic paint on canvas

Sunday, February 28, 2010

Art History Inspirations

Hey again

It's finally the reading week for me and I'm so excited! I was looking through my old sketchbook and found some drawings I did for my art history class last term. After flipping through old sketches, I fell in love again with 3 pieces out of my whole sketchbook. I'll admit it right now, as an artist, I do tend to be hard on myself a lot.

Anyways, this first sketch was inspired by the Stone Age era. I find the Neanderthals very comical with their enlarged eyebrow bridges and their facial structure, so I did a caricature drawing of a Cavemen. Medium: Sharpie, marker, and pencil crayon on paper.

The next one was inspired by Greek Mythology. I love Disney's Hercules, but Disney loves to just sugar coat everything, so I redid Phil as another caricature sketch. Medium: Sharpie, marker, and pencil crayon on paper.

Lastly, this sketch is a caricature drawing of the Renaissance painting, Portrait of Giovanni Arnolfini and his wife. I'm not a huge fan of the Renaissance art, so I decided to make an interesting twist with the famous painting by Jan Van Eyck. Medium: Sharpie and marker on paper

Anyways, let me know what you think.