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Utilizing printmaking and analog photo processes, Kevin Patanawong strives to examine themes of life, memory, death, and decay and how each of them interact with time.
I take pride in making visually beautiful works of animated art. I like playing with bright colors and different lighting effects. My favorite thing about stop motion is set building, I really enjoy creating miniature worlds that come to life on screen.... [more]
This photograph is meant to accentuate the emotional congestion of this piece, as well as to offer the viewer a new viewpoint for the angles.
"What Agony Had Wrought" Acrylic on Canvas by Charlie Nguyen
Final Project: Flat Pack It!
Materials: Neenah colored cardstock papers, Canson watercolor paper 9x12 and 11x15, tacky glue, white foam stickers.
"Ive always wanted to do paper sculpture, but I was never good with an x-acto-knife. The laser cutter provided me the perfect... [more]
Lucinda Gold, “Where the Body isn’t a Burden“
I was listening to the social theorist Adam Curtis (the emotional ghistory of the modern world film maker) speak about art, and he seemed to feel like contemporary art is not trying to capture the feeling... [more]
Upacara is a small project documenting the powerful spiritual connection the Balinese and the island itself are known for. For the Balinese, upacara, or ceremony, is treated as one of, if not the, most important aspect in... [more]