This week we were challenged to take a self-portrait, bringing us full circle to a similar project in junior year.
Brandon really likes his little games. This is him being greedy over them.
Encapsulating the mood and highly visual storytelling of film noir, I felt it was appropriate to focus on light and shadow and texture to create an abstract, emotional piece rather than to frame a portrait in mood lighting.
A mock advertisement-style photo for phone cords and earbuds. These are necessary conveniences an can easily inconvenience our day and pockets when we lose and misplace numerous pairs.
I saw this leaf leaving a grocery store. I was captivated by its beauty and the way the light hit the leaf and illuminated its texture and the drops of rain so I went back to take a photo.
A photo of my friends taking photos. I can’t even remember what was being said here.
Chi pao are traditional Chinese dresses worn on special holidays. Growing up, I had so many different chi pao, yet I hated them. Looking back, I wish I liked wearing them. They’re so beautiful and soft, and remind me of the days when my Grandma was here.
Depicting pieces of my life without actually showing my face, I framed a unfinished self-portrait with articles from my household. The unfinished painting shows my face, but also shows my struggle to finish creative work as well as my creative style. Framing the painting, I’ve included my oil paints, a ceramic rose I created, my […]