I got a question recently on how I've become comfortable opening myself up in artist statements. I don't fully open myself up.
Defining My Artistic Style
I've been working in the realm of toy photography since 2008, so it's only natural, that by now I will have developed somewhat of a style. I go through periods of creation. Some periods fog would be my marker, others monochrome. But what is definitive overall? Here is a selection of work over the years.... Continue Reading →
Knowing What your Work Means and Why you Made It
I often see people saying things like "I don't know why I made this" or "I'll leave the interpretation up to you." And while everyone will interpretation your work differently as they've come with their own background and experiences, if you aim to grow as an artist, you have to be aware of why you're... Continue Reading →
Stress Artist Statement
In August, my History of Psychology Professor, Brian Higley, e-mailed the class a link to a clip from the documentary “Stress, Portrait of a Killer.” I watched it. Then I watched the next clip and the next until I had roughly watched the entire hour long documentary. In the documentary, neuroscientist, Robert Sapolsky discusses the... Continue Reading →