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CAB Art Gallery at UNCW

CAB Art Gallery at UNCW CAB Art Gallery is on the ground floor of the Cultural Arts Building on UNCW's campus. Visit us! THE ART GALLERY at the CULTURAL ARTS BUILDING hosts national, international, student and faculty exhibits serving as a key educational component of the Department of Art & Art History at the University of North Carolina Wilmington.

In addition to showcasing Senior Student Exhibits semiannually, exhibitions by Visiting Artists and invitational
exhibitions are displayed. The Art Gallery is a resource for the department, university campus, and the Wilmington community. A public reception is held for each exhibit and all exhibitions are free and open to
the public. The Art Gallery is located on the ground floor of the Cultural A

In addition to showcasing Senior Student Exhibits semiannually, exhibitions by Visiting Artists and invitational
exhibitions are displayed. The Art Gallery is a resource for the department, university campus, and the Wilmington community. A public reception is held for each exhibit and all exhibitions are free and open to
the public. The Art Gallery is located on the ground floor of the Cultural A

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This is the last week to view the “Spring 2022 Senior Exhibition”  ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀This juried exhibition features 23 graduatin...
05/11/2022

This is the last week to view the “Spring 2022 Senior Exhibition” 
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This juried exhibition features 23 graduating seniors majoring in Studio Art including Hunter Anthony, Ella Barnes, Zoe Chambers, Akira Collins, Montana Donahue, Wil Fell, Haydee Gonzalez, Tarina Hendershot, Hunter Herndon, Abbey Hunt, Lindsey Hurst, Andy Jackson, Hanna Keshk, Vicky Long, Hayden Melchor, Hunter Owens, Javon Pemberton, Sophia Pruett, Maxwell Reinbachs, Alexis Smith, Maggie Sudek, Aly Tarr, and Gloria Zarate-Dominguez.

The artists' work vary in mediums such as pastels, acrylic and oil painting, paper making, ceramics, sculpture, photography, drawing, digital painting, typography, and laser-cut works.
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The exhibition features subjects ranging from portraits to nature, as well as fashion design, abstract works, and whimsical forms.
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Ella Barnes, “Lithics” ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀Acrylic paint on wood ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀Ella Barnes: “For my series of acrylic paintings, I chose...
05/11/2022

Ella Barnes, “Lithics”
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Acrylic paint on wood
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Ella Barnes: “For my series of acrylic paintings, I chose to represent arrowheads that my father has found in various locations in North Carolina, including our own back yard. Arrowheads have always been a unique part of my family because of my dad's love for finding them. They allow us to have a connection to the land we live on by looking at them as a lens into the past. These arrowheads are thousands of years old, and each have distinctive characteristics that can determine what time period they were made in such as Paleo-Indian (12,000- 8,000 BC), Archaic (8,000-2,000 BC), and Woodland (1000- 1700). My goal is to highlight the beauty of these majestic tools my family has enjoyed collecting and I hope they can be appreciated in a new perspective.”
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Hunter Anthony, “Cayla”
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Chalk Pastel
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Hunter Anthony, “Pelican Watch”
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Oil Pastel
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Hunter Anthony, “Bebop”
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Oil Pastel
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Hunter Anthony: “This series of drawings features the people, places, and belongings that make my life meaningful. It is a study and a celebration of the most cherished subjects in my day-to-day life. It reflects my identity as an artist, such that you could say it is a self-portrait by way of all things other than my face. Being my first venture into color work, this collection is equally as much an experiment as it is a showcase of the development of my skills during my time as a studio art student at UNCW.”
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Hunter Herndon, “Artifacts of Veinovia” ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀“Topographic Map” ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀Wood ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀“Lantern of the Elements” ⠀⠀⠀⠀...
05/10/2022

Hunter Herndon, “Artifacts of Veinovia”
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“Topographic Map”
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Wood
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“Lantern of the Elements”
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Wood and Acrylic Panels
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“Burned Illustration of a Knight”
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Digital Illustration
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“Amulet of the Elements and Attunement Amulet”
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Leather, Waxed Thread, Wire and Quartz
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“Leather Pouch with Elemental Crystals”
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Leather, Waxed Thread and Miscellaneous Stones
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Hunter Herndon: “I have always loved the fantasy genre, not just in literature, but in all media, from The Lord of the Rings movies growing up to The Witcher books currently. This lifelong love of the genre has made it my biggest source of inspiration. This love for fantasy stemmed from the amount of creativity possible in the genre, for within a fantasy world anything can happen. It is the creativity possible within fantasy that led me to begin crafting a fantasy world of my own around the time I started college. This body of work is all inspired by my world, Veinovia. Veinovia is a continent in a high fantasy world with a heavy focus on elemental magic and fantastical creatures. All the works in this showcase are meant to be representations of the world and the items one may find within it. These “artifacts” come in a wide variety of mediums, from digital sketches to graphic design.
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Hunter Owens, “Don’t Ask Don’t Tell Don’t Say Gay”⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀Postal Paper, Acrylic Paint and Embroidery Thread ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀...
05/06/2022

Hunter Owens, “Don’t Ask Don’t Tell Don’t Say Gay”
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Postal Paper, Acrylic Paint and Embroidery Thread
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Hunter Owens, “Restraint”
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Wood Branch, Embroidery Thread and Plaster of Paris
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Hunter Owens, “Intimate with Brokenness”
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Canvas, Acrylic Paint, Metal Wire, and Acrylic Yarn
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Hunter Owens: “My work reflects aspects of the lived experience of being gay. Each piece is an embodiment of an experience that is both unique to LGBT+ individuals but also offers a point of connection to a universal experience. I find inspiration in conceptual art and its ability to move the focus from just viewing objects to engaging with deeper ideas. I am also inspired by the expressionist movement as the art is meant to show the inner world through abstraction, expression, and other non-naturalistic devices. I use a variety of media in my work to show the dynamism of the subject matter and appeal to the sense of touch. By using a contrast between static and mutable materials, those that can be easily manipulated and others that require work, and materials not commonly used together, I reflect on the resistance from society to hold space for my community.”
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Maggie Sudek, “Manatees”⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Casted Paper from Recycled T-shirts and Abaca⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Maggie Sudek, “Big with Tendern...
05/05/2022

Maggie Sudek, “Manatees”
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Casted Paper from Recycled T-shirts and Abaca
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Maggie Sudek, “Big with Tenderness”
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Homemade Paper Laminated from Scraps of T-shirts, Abaca and Cotton
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Maggie Sudek, “Rivers”
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Thread and Homemade paper from Cotton
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Maggie Sudek, “Weight of Sound”
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String, Plaster, Resin and Paper made from Abaca, Cotton and Recycled T-shirts
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Maggie Sudek: “I create works of art that mirror my experiences and surroundings as a woman growing up near the Chesapeake Bay. Georgia O’keefe has been an inspiration since I was a little girl. She was an artist fully immersed into the landscape around her while simultaneously diving deep into her female identity. Expanding upon my interest in fiber arts and papermaking, this series reflects the experimental process behind paper formation. By becoming deeply engaged into this process, I have learned so much about myself and the medium. The manipulation of raw materials brings me closer to nature and Mother Earth. The repetitive motions are therapeutic and the water-intensive steps demand attention from all five senses.“
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Hayden Melchor, “Flashback”
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Digital Photography, Polaroid
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Hayden Melchor: “When I first started doing photography, I originally only planned to learn helpful tips for improving my vehicle photography. As I began to delve deeper into photography, I began to find a newfound passion for it. I started to realize just how much I enjoyed constructing intricate narratives in my photos. Some of these are done via hundreds of photos combined into an animated GIF or grouped together in the style of a stop motion movie, while others can stand by themselves. One common theme in my work would definitely be the comedic style to them. At first glance, many of my photos may seem normal with not much going on but as you begin to look at them you start to see all the underlying details that come together to create the narrative of the photos.“
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Gloria Zarate-Dominquez, “Four Countries” ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀Digital ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀Gloria Zarate-Dominguez: “This work is a collection ...
05/04/2022

Gloria Zarate-Dominquez, “Four Countries”
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Digital
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Gloria Zarate-Dominguez: “This work is a collection of four countries: Mexico, South Korea, China, and France. These countries have inspired me in many ways: Mexico, my culture; South Korea, the music; China, my interest in language; and France, the capital of fashion. This art depicts a modern and traditional fashion that has inspired me throughout my journey in art. Many classical garments have impacted 21st century clothing that we now wear to proudly show off our cultural identities. My work process relates somewhat to the growth in fashion throughout time. My process begins with pencil sketches but also uses a modern medium, Adobe Illustrator, that no longer requires the traditional paper and pencil. I hope that aspects of the countries I have chosen show the growth in classical clothing to my modern interpretation.”
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Zoe Chambers, “Whimsical Tea Set”
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Ceramics
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Zoe Chambers: “In my house is a display cabinet containing hand-painted ceramic tea sets. They vary in size and shape and are kept safe behind glass. Ironically these sets have never been used for their intended purpose of serving tea. Instead, they are purely decoration. I was inspired by this concept to make a normally functional form nonfunctional. Specifically, I wanted my design to go beyond practicality and to emphasize color and form. Additionally, I wanted my tea set to be whimsical and fun — similar to visual adaptations of Lewis Carroll’s Alice in Wonderland.”
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Sophia Pruett, “James 3:13” ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀Photography ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀Sophia Pruett, “Espresso Rush” ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀Photography⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ S...
05/03/2022

Sophia Pruett, “James 3:13”
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Sophia Pruett, “Espresso Rush”
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Photography
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Sophia Pruett, “Second Shop”
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Photography
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Sophia Pruett, “Magic Wand”
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Photography
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Sophia Pruett, “Roasting Room”
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Photography
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Sophia Pruett: “My body of work is a collection of photographs themed around a local coffee shop in
Wilmington, NC called Social Coffee. Working there as a barista for almost a year, I’ve grown to appreciate the simple beauty found in the everyday happenings, both in front of and behind the counter. Spending so much time there has made me pay closer attention to the momentary joys that can quickly pass if you don’t stop and appreciate them. The founder and owner of Social, Giovanni Ellzey, is someone I admire for the way he leads, loves people, and runs his shop. It’s because of him that Social is such a comforting place for so many. My photographs aim to capture the essence of Social Coffee through my lens as a barista.”
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Andy Jackson, “‘Luxoa’ Preview”
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Pen, Ink, and Watercolor on Watercolor Paper
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Andy Jackson: “I see myself as not only an artist, but also as a writer. When I create a piece of art, I often write some form of story beforehand to give my art a narrative. These stories vary in length, with some more elaborate than others. The most elaborate series of stories I’ve written are ones that I want to publish in the form of a graphic novel. The series of graphic novels that I would like to publish is titled Luxoa (Derived from “Lux”, the Latin word for light). This series follows a cast of characters that deal with the same problems that we deal with in our world. These issues range from societal issues, such as corruption and oppression, to more personal issues, such as finding one’s self worth and what is considered truly moral.”
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Alysson Tarr, “Ordinary Places, Ordinary Spaces” ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀Digital⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Alysson Tarr: “My work focuses on everyday mu...
04/29/2022

Alysson Tarr, “Ordinary Places, Ordinary Spaces”
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Digital
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Alysson Tarr: “My work focuses on everyday mundane life. The things that one may not pay attention to such as studying or doing the dishes become the subject of my artwork. Though this idea is repeated through different people and places, I hope to remind people pay attention to life a little more closely, to find the beauty of life in unexpected places and times. I am inspired mostly by the artists Edward Hopper and Mary Cassatt. This theme has been a constant in my work whether it is through photography or a drawing. I am most inspired by life, nature and people and try to implement those themes in my artwork.”
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Tarina Hendershot, “Who is Deserving?”
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Oil on Canvas
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Tarina Hendershot: “My work focuses on the issues surrounding the foster care system. My intent is to bring awareness of how the foster care system operates and give a visual representation of how I, and countless others feel who went through the system. Kerry James Marshall is one artist that heavily influenced my work. I am fascinated by Kerry James Marshall’s use of text and the way he paints figures. I created my work using oil paint on a stretched canvas. I start all my paintings with a yellow underlayer to define my composition before adding details and colors. I prefer oil paint and canvas because of the unlimited options it provides me. With a canvas I feel as if I have no limits on scale or size of the paintings. Painting with oil gives me more control over colors and blending with the longer drying times. I made this work to invoke curiosity and a desire for change for a group of people unable to advocate for themselves.”
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Abbey Hunt, “Figure in Couch” ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀Oil On Canvas ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀Abbey Hunt, “Three Figures”⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀Oil on Canvas⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀...
04/27/2022

Abbey Hunt, “Figure in Couch”
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Oil On Canvas
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Abbey Hunt, “Three Figures”
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Oil on Canvas
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Abbey Hunt: “Peeling away the pessimism of the human condition leaves a fleshy center of hope within pain. I utilize both oil painting and relief printing to capture the energy the human form presents. I am inspired by moments of weakness in life where one can only ascend from. This passion came to fruition through the molding of my teenage angst by my high school art teacher; which brought about my desire to teach. Through my work, I seek to mold the viscera of pain into pieces of triumph.”
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Victoria Long, “Gladiolus”
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Oil on Canvas
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Victoria Long “Mantis”
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Oil on Canvas
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Victoria Long: “While creating these works, I focused on the theme of femininity and how that's represented and viewed in society. Surrealistic in nature, my works are open-ended, allowing the audience to draw different conclusions from each piece. A common motif found throughout my pieces is a flower. Representing strength, endurance, beauty, delicacy, and resilience, these flowers represent my idea of women, and the characteristics we portray. A tie to religion can also be seen in my pieces, representing the daily mental struggles many women must face when making life decisions.”
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Akira Collins, “i” ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀Oil on Canvas⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Akira Collins, “Formality” ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀Vinyl on Glass ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀Akira Col...
04/26/2022

Akira Collins, “i”
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Oil on Canvas
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Akira Collins, “Formality”
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Vinyl on Glass
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Akira Collins, “Overlap”
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Digital Print
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Akira Collins, “Whole”
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Oil in Canvas
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Akira Collins, “Dying”
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Ink on Paper
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Akira Collins: “In this work, I am focusing on typography. Type is an important part of everyday life, and different typefaces have strong influences on the way we see the world, yet it is often overlooked. I want to bring type to the forefront, subvert expectations, and show its artistic value. I am inspired by contemporary designers and typographers, like Chip Kidd and Alex Trochut, who are pushing the limits of what type can be. Though it can seem counterintuitive, legibility does not always need to be the goal of type. This is an exciting concept to me, and something I have enjoyed exploring. This idea of illegibility is something I focus on in my piece Overlap, I wanted the letters to be legible individually but confusing at first as a whole. I use a variety of media and methods to create my work. I wanted to connect type to a fine arts context by creating it in oil paints while exploring other methods such as vinyl cut letters and drawing. I like the heavy texture I can create in oils; I can give the words a dimensionality that they don’t normally have in print. Vinyl cut combined with print lets me make interesting layers. Each different medium has a different mood and context. I have loved discovering more about typography and design through creating this body of work.”⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
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