Obsession of a Portrait
Obsession of a Portrait

Digital Positive & Negative printed on 5"x5" mylar squares coated with cyanotype. 

16"x20"

C. 2013

 

Obsession of a Portrait is a reflecting onto the mental wear and obsession photography pushes on my to seek a level of perfection in order to make my audience satisfied. Each image is different, each image is toned differently, some are toned darker, some are lighter. Will one be perfect?

Form – Letterpress Book
Form – Letterpress Book

Digital negative photo polymer images roll pressed onto watercolor paper. 

8"x10"

c. 2014

 

Form is a addition to a artistic form study I worked on in 2011. Printing the images onto letterpress allowed the images to inherit a mono-tonality which allows to view observe and study the forms more then know they are sectionals of the body. I wanted my audience to see this and reflect on the beauty each of our bodies have and see no two bodies are exactly the same.

Mentally Puzzled (Self-Portrait)
Mentally Puzzled (Self-Portrait)

Digital Photograph cut out on vinyl and adhered onto canvas. 

16"x20"

c.2013

 

A visually representation of the ability to show that you can be your self visually, but mentally you are sensitive, carefully staying together and can easily fall apart at any moment. 

Obsession of a Portrait
Form – Letterpress Book
Mentally Puzzled (Self-Portrait)
Obsession of a Portrait

Digital Positive & Negative printed on 5"x5" mylar squares coated with cyanotype. 

16"x20"

C. 2013

 

Obsession of a Portrait is a reflecting onto the mental wear and obsession photography pushes on my to seek a level of perfection in order to make my audience satisfied. Each image is different, each image is toned differently, some are toned darker, some are lighter. Will one be perfect?

Form – Letterpress Book

Digital negative photo polymer images roll pressed onto watercolor paper. 

8"x10"

c. 2014

 

Form is a addition to a artistic form study I worked on in 2011. Printing the images onto letterpress allowed the images to inherit a mono-tonality which allows to view observe and study the forms more then know they are sectionals of the body. I wanted my audience to see this and reflect on the beauty each of our bodies have and see no two bodies are exactly the same.

Mentally Puzzled (Self-Portrait)

Digital Photograph cut out on vinyl and adhered onto canvas. 

16"x20"

c.2013

 

A visually representation of the ability to show that you can be your self visually, but mentally you are sensitive, carefully staying together and can easily fall apart at any moment. 

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