Digital Illustration. Colorful, diffused light and emerging shapes and textures. Part of an ongoing series based on a previously-created library of iconography—specific shapes I've drawn to be used as the core visual vocabulary for each piece. I then layer, texture, rearrange, skew, paint over and generally mutate these shapes into a compositional exploration.
My love and passion for making art began as a toddler. During adolescence I drew primarily portraits—from images I found in magazines, posters and so on—in pencil, charcoal and ball-point pen. My main influence early on was Rembrandt, and my drawings of that time reflect that dramatic light and earthy ambiance.
I began “serious” painting at age eleven, influenced by impressionists and my own grandfather’s plein air landscapes. In high school, my drawing became more exact and detailed—a kind of fantasy surrealism akin to Escher, Dali and Roger Dean. Toward the end of high school, while taking illustration and life drawing classes simultaneously, my drawing began to loosen up, and the gesture took on more importance. This primed me for...
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