Origami mural designed by Rylan Sturm
Something magical can happen when you spend time with a young child, if you allow yourself to be open to it, you can find yourself filled with childlike wonder.
I’ve been drawing on my neighbor’s sidewalk since the pandemic started. This is the first time I had help from the five-year-old.
Rebirth and renewal the symbol has been referenced. It is also a reference to pokemon, and digimon creatures.
This picture was taken of a sidewalk art project done by a Sunday School class on their first Sunday back to gathering in-person outside.
This piece in pastel, graphite, and charcoal pencil represents starting from nothing to greatness. It’s titled, “Not Limited.”
I am exploring where the idea of line itself creates what the eye experiences: fooling the eye into seeing things it never imagined could exist.
Life is spiritual, this pencil drawing is projecting the deep realms people attain either spiritually or mentally.
This series contains themes of growth, representation, and labour. This work encourages the viewer to think about why representation matters.
This is a portrait of my best friend, Ava. Through her bravery, Ava has helped me grow to become a better artist, and a better person.
Hope sounds joyful and exciting. Hope is a crescendo in music, it is what drives people to passion. How can you represent hope in your version of art?
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