Sunday, December 4, 2011

Corner of Market and Main- a statue "dedicated to mechanics"

Monday, November 28, 2011

View from the corner of Powell and Sutter in SF

Cafe Zoe in Oakland

Saturday, November 5, 2011

Creeping Hard on BART

In an attempt to keep up with art after graduation, I've become a huge creeper. My 20-minute-each-way commute to work on public transportation has become my art class and the strangers who are unfortunate enough to be in the same BART car with me, my live models.

Here's some of my pre/post-work sketches from the last month:

Things I have learned from this exercise:
1. You can get a lot done working 40 minutes a day
2. Sleeping people are the best
3. The people who stay still enough to draw don't get too interesting

Friday, May 20, 2011

Collection Connection, Part 2

This is the last piece of mine in the Collection Connection Show. Inspired by carvings in the trees at Angel's Knoll park (maybe better known as the (500) Days of Summer park) in Downtown Los Angeles and by corny scar removal commercials.

(Un)Intentional Scarring. felt pen, paper, gouache.

Collection Connection Art Show, Drawing 3

This show was put on spring 2011 by my Drawing 3: Formal Issues class. The show focused on finding connections in our work and identifying/developing a personal style.

Top: SeaLegs. felt, old drawings, binder paper, balsa wood.
20 x 12 x 8
Below: Here or Here. plywood, nails, silver wire.

 Come Down Now. plywood, nails, magnet
21 x 15 x 1 

I Have this Feeling I Forgot Something. ink pen on paper.

from left to right

24 x 18

24 x 18

24 x 18

24 x 18

Wednesday, May 18, 2011

Tuesday, February 15, 2011

Drawing 3: Formal Issues

Work in progress:
Ocean of Love? Felt, "old drawings," binder paper, sticks, cardboard.
20 x 12 x 8

Playing with Pastels

Mountains. Chalk pastels on brown newsprint.
40 x 12.