Highschool Artwork

  • RISD Bike Study!!! Drawn from Life. Graphite, 16x20.
  • Mashup between a blueprint and a recipe. Drawn from Life. Colored Pencil, 15x20.
  • This was a portrait I did for the Memory Project, where young artists can draw portraits for orphans in other countries. This girl is Melicia from Haiti. If you qualify to participate, I highly reccommend you do it! It's an awesome¬†organization!! Colored pencil, 8.5x11
  • I love Leonardo's work, so I thought I would do some kind of tribute piece that includes all the elements of his sketchbook studies, but with my own touches. Micron pen and black tea, 9x12.
  • Drawn with Caran d'Ache crayons! Yumm (photo). 16x20.
  • Just an analogy of the passage of time. Colored pencil, 15x20.
  • Just a still life done from observation. White pencil, 15x20.
  • Self portrait I did with a handheld mirror to depict the five senses (from life). Graphite, 9x12.
  • Can't express how much I love this person and the company he's a part of. Vector portrait from Illustrator.
  • Hear no evil, see no evil, speak no evil. This was one of the first projects I ever tried to expreiment with how media can be combined and used. Micron pen, watercolor, and black pastel, 23x33.
  • A part of my concentration from last year, which was human dependency throughout the stages of life. This is the dependence on a partner. Colored pencil, 10x14.