This bird is known as Aas Gutu Yatx’i” or ‘child of the bushes or forest’ in Tlingit – and is one of my favorites because they are fluffy and, although wild, very outgoing. They are found high alpine and in older forests.
Yo cambio la primavera porque tú me sigas mirando- Pablo Neruda
Why Don’t You Lighten Up -From Joan Mitchell
At The Precise Moment that Franz Schubert Heard The First Notes To His Next Composition– I go back to this painting often. It’s over 10 years old now! It always makes me happy when I look at it.
Yoga on the Mountain
This piece merges two concepts I will be expanding on in 2016: aesthetic and descriptive. The idea illustrated here describes the creation of a park. This public garden/park is composed of dramatic looking weeping evergreens (my favorite tree). Each bubble talks about the trees, the layout and suggestions for the creation of the park. As the piece is made to hang on a wall like the painting, I aimed to make it decorative as well. This painting was originally created for Blueprint for the Future, an art show I coordinated in 2015 where students came up with and illustrated public works projects they wanted to see in their town.
Cupid and further studies in anthropomorphism, 2016