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Showing posts from February, 2013

Things that Honk my horn!

I look a lot at instagram, twitter, Facebook, YouTube, and reddit to find images and stories that inspire me. Being able to use contemporary/pop media is very important to me and critical in my research. These are a few screen shots that focus on fashion, design, and all sorts of cool schtuff!


This is a body of work that will be described in the paragraphs below is in major progress. These photos were from a class called Topics in Sculpture: aka 781. I am currently working on a few project proposals to try and get into circulation again. Below are a series of paintings and the proposal that goes with them. Trigger Trigger  is an exhibition that requires the viewer to look at the immense issue of gun control. Often the issue of gun control is broken down to legalities and paper work. Recently to call for mental health screenings and limits dominate the conversation. Trigger examines a feminist perspective of the issue. Created in easily understood graphics and with non-mature materials the paintings focus on masculinity versus femininity and the role that gender conditioning has in the use of guns and weapons as a whole. The juxtaposition of the graphic, even comic, style of the images of the guns is comp