In 1509-1510, commissioned by Pope Julius II, renaissance artist, Raphael painted this fresco interpreted to be the acceptance of sciences in religion in the Apostolic Palace in Vatican City.
2016 – Aerial View Relief Collage
Medium: 4 X 6 game box, metal tape, red sparkle paper, magazine hole punches
An aerial perspective of an abstract piece utilizing color repetition and pattern to create the illusion of movement and depth creating an explosion of geometric shards of climbing sparkling and matted red elements.
2016 – A Transformative process through abstract art.
20 X 20 Gouache Color on Bristol with Split Complimentary Colors
The technique I acquired through this process includes a lot of practice and patience. The blending of base colors with tints and tones to produce varied hues was an exciting and challenging project.
2016 – Landscape stylization
Project Description: Project to be made from discarded materials such as paper, fabric, magazines, etc… This project is a representation of an image with aerial views; the projects purpose is to create a representation of a distorted, yet magnificent reality.
10 X 10 Gouache Color Palette on Bristol
Inspired by an Italian hill side, I deconstructed and recreated this landscape using the orphism process of focusing on pure abstraction and bright colors. I was challenged to create a compelling and appealing complimentary color palette.