Progress in Art

November 9, 2017

We finished the process of Intaglio and started Lithography which is basically drawing on a stone and inking the stone up to print. Though it isn't this simple, lithography is proving to be somewhat enjoyable. 

October 18, 2017

For the black and white relief, I burnished (rubbing the paper over the wood block to print) the print selectively. I wanted the background to be lighter than the foreground. In addition I used an Asian paper to make the prints more whimsical. For the color relief, I m...

September 11, 2017

Starting August 30th, I began Printmaking I and Photography. These were not classes I wanted to take, but for graduating, they were necessary. This is the first Relief Print I have made and it is supposed to be a positive and a negative of the same object. I found that...

September 5, 2017

For the last part of the summer I created a flyer for the Biodiversity Awards Ceremony. This flyer took awhile because of the paintings I decided to work on; a combo painting of a mountain lion and an antelope, and a painting of a plant species found by one of the awar...

August 17, 2017

Since this project started, I've dealt with and learned many things. Things good and some things not so good. The biggest thing I've learned is to ask the meaningful questions; part of the reason I haven't gotten very far these past months is because I failed to ask th...

August 15, 2017

Recently, I've begun a painting for a recently married couple. It will be a forest of aspens with a path down the middle. I plan on adding wildflowers to this painting to brighten it up and make it more whimsical. 

August 14, 2017

A couple of weeks ago I found out that I did not have access to the bee guide folder, which contained a treasure trove of files  including notes from my supervisors and all sorts of bee information. I was a little flustered about it, but now I am able to make more prog...

July 20, 2017

After being in Oregon for a week, I found a wide variety of inspiration there in design. So I recently came up with these vectorized graphics of a moose. I like the logo 1 (A-D) because of the number of options. The top left (A) is a grayscale version of the logo, the...

July 1, 2017

Over the course of two weeks I have worked 80 hours. It was not too bad because I had time to fully dedicate myself towards my work. However, I wished I had received more material from the bee guide crew; I felt like I could have made a ton of progress on it otherwise....

June 26, 2017

       June 23rd - 25th was the weekend of BioBlitz. At BioBlitz, I taught various groups of participants how to journal plants, mammals, birds, and reptiles through observational drawing and note taking. The purpose of journaling was so that the participants would not...

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