Transition / Exploration of large bird species.
Well, this was going to be a type exploration when it started. Possibly a quote or a phrase that would echo the image. I really like the idea of taking portions away from an image and leaving this emptiness as blank space, offering thought in its place. With this in mind, it is an image reflective of a piecing together and of growth and full flight, also a double edge meaning of the dismantling and the disintegration and letting go of parts that may hold the bird back from it’s flight.
Photographic image + The background is a plain coloured rice. Using very few colours is something that is enjoyable to push into art, it keeps the exploration contained to a degree, yet opens the image up to a larger interpretation.
The smaller image within is just that. Contained within the eye of the Eagle, as we truly are.
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Wow, I finally did an update on here… I have had way too many things on the go lately – which cramps my consistency. Anyway… here is some stuff I recently did for Indian Summer – the debut EP from the electronic duo Falcons.
Film de présentation du site web Espadon 21, plateforme spécialisée dans les concours d’art digital.
Check out this project on Behance Network
Congrats to our dear friends at IdN for another successful launch.
Recently completed my online architecture portfolio. It includes various projects completed during my time as a student at Syracuse University.
Photoshoot by my friend Bureau 36. Shanghai.
I was invited this Week end to paint in Redtown, Shanghai. A nice afternoon painting with sun, friends & a massive blank canvas… couldn’t be better.
Everyweekend this month there are events over there. check http://www.leka.cc/terminal/ for more information.
These pieces are my contributions to the current SlashTHREE exhibition entitled “Quote Unquote” :
“Striving to produce an exhibition that focused on art outside of our norm, the collective selected ‘Quote Unquote’ as the theme for its seventeenth exhibition. Each piece in “Quote Unquote” is based on a quote – famous, cultural, or even from the artist’s own life – and is created to represent that quote and its meaning to the artist. The result was an exhibition that saw many styles of literature interpreted in a new light by our artist core. The efforts of Edmar Cisneros, Rob Shields, Nicolas Baroille, and Anthony Giacomino shone through as highlights in this exhibition, while the work of one of the latest additions to the collective, Tarin Yuangtrakul, will go down as some of the strongest in the history of slashTHREE.”