"I've Been Framed"
is an exhibition with a fun yet critical look on the history of frames in the gallery space. Imploring a wide variety of styles, colors, and scales, frames will be the main and only focus in this exhibition. No artwork. The frames are the artwork, and will be treated as such. A brief essay detailing the history of frames will be talked about during my artist talk. Date is yet to be determined.
will be a digital fine art exhibition focusing on the technological aspects and methodology of digital art and applying them in a fine art aesthetic. The exhibit will include 11 large scale 5ftx5ft artworks. The goal of this exhibition is to blue the line of fine art and digital art in a gallery space.
Materials such print, photography, paint, and marker will be used to create the artworks.
"In the Mourning"
is a short documentary and art exhibition showing the artist's internal fight to create or not to create during a time of the loss of a significant other. The documentary will be give a more personal look inside of the actions and verbal conversations of that time, while the exhibition will give a more personal visual look with journal entries being used as part of the art, and photography as the main source.
This exhibition will be exhibited in Augusta, GA and the date is to be determined.
"AWAKEN YOUR SENSES"
is an interactive graphic design piece that explores the many possibilities of how graphic design can interact with humans on an intimate level that is both physical and mental, using the five senses: touch, taste, sound, smell, and sight.
Follow me on this incredible journey of taking graphic design to the next level.
Exhibition will be in Augusta GA, at the Augusta University Medical Center downtown. A total of 10 art pieces will be displayed: 5 posters and 5 interactive pieces. Each sense will have a poster and interactive quality to it.
After 2 years, the interactive public art piece known as "The Hammonds Ferry Community Pillar" has now been completed. What started out as a class assignment got turned into a community project that brought the people of Hammonds Ferry together to design cinder blocks that would be used to build pillars for the community.
The project was designed with the intent of physically bringing people together, and metaphorically bringing people together. Physically people will come together to design a cinder block. Metaphorically, this project represented the residents building up the community, laying the foundation down for future generation, and supporting each other. You can't have a house with the bricks.