AP 2D Design Concentration
Above you can take a look at the 12 pieces that make up my high school AP Art concentration. At the time that I made it, I was faced with a lot of big decisions: what should I be when I grow up? Which of my many passions should I pursue? I was stuck at the crossroads between choosing a career in art or medicine/psychology: two things I am very passionate about. I decided to use these big decisions to my benefit and combine them into my concentration.
I used my passion for art to create 12 multi-media pieces that focus on how your emotions physically affect your heart. I teamed up with my AP Bio teacher and was able to photograph a real pig's heart which can seen in a couple of the pieces. Each piece is its own entity that makes up the whole image of an anatomical heart. Each painting represents a different emotion. From left to right: joy, stress, anxiety, tranquility, depression, despair, envy, anger, passion, fear, heartbreak and euphoria.
Take a look at some more of my artwork from the past few years...
These 6 pieces were made for #Inktober2019. Inktober is a design exercise with drawing prompts for each day of October. In the end, these were some of my favorites that came out of the exercise. Their prompts are as follows (left to right): enchanted, ring, mindless, freeze, bait, and fragile.