Tuesday, December 20, 2011


More artwork from this semester, just trying to catch up. These are the last pieces I made, we'll see where I go from here, huh? Each of these watercolors is a 9" x 22". Clearly, I'll be having a blue Christmas ;)

Blue 11

Blue 12

Blue 13

Blue 14

Blue 15

Sunday, December 11, 2011


*runs in* Here I am! Whew. And just in the the nick of time too...I have to get my semester final portfolio finished and burned onto a disc by Tuesday. So today, I have finally scanned and/or photographed (depending on size) each piece. I know I previously skipped around on here because of my fear of scanner malfunctions, but it worked today!

Images seen in my last post were created right before this group. The pieces here are all approximately 5" x 12". Some of the postcard paper I used was longer and thinner than others and #25 is an 11" x 14". Now that the technicalities are out of the way, here's more art I made. Some of these watercolor prints may resemble vaginas, I know (number 27, I'm looking at you). Although it's not intentional, I'm okay with it.

Beyond Rorschach - Test 25

Beyond Rorschach - Test 26

Beyond Rorschach - Test 27

Beyond Rorschach - Test 28

Beyond Rorschach - Test 29

Beyond Rorschach - Test 30

Beyond Rorschach - Test 31

(note to self, crop these a bit more)

Thursday, December 8, 2011

Out of Order

I am just catching up on the scanning/photographing/editing phase of artmaking. This is the not-so-fun part in my opinion, thus I have been procrastinating. And rather than take the chance that my scanner would be temperamental today, I shot photos of the larger pieces I completed last in this series. In other words, I skipped a bunch.

Some of these are keepers, and some are not, the numbers may be changed later because of that fact, but I just wanted to keep updated on here. Some times I am more vocal than others, and this is clearly a down-time for me. I will have more images of the in-between pieces up soon though!

I am conceptually still working out my second visual thesis, I think it will be an "Ode to the Circle" which will encompass all of the work being done by other artists in collaboration with me (located on my other blog, http://artthatcirclestheearth.blogspot.com), as well. I will be trying to focus on the therapeutic aspects of the circle, most likely spanning psychology, and mental and emotional health.

So, here is some new work...

 Beyond Rorschach #32

 Beyond Rorschach #33

 Beyond Rorschach #34

 Beyond Rorschach #35

 Beyond Rorschach #36

 Beyond Rorschach #37