I am done my Fine Arts and Art History degree, and I'll be heading back to Uni next semester for an Art History Masters. Lots of art.
I have not neglected my art though. Actually, I feel as though I am slowly crescendoing to a renaissance of artwork (I hope). I've had a full, round year now to gradually cleanse myself of what is worth discarding of my Fine Arts degree at Concordia... and, I think there's quite a bit that's worth discarding in my case. There was no way I could have known it at the time, but the environment of Concordia wasn't conducive towards the type of art I'd like to do. I've talked to a few people from the
Hello everybody! Welcome to my page :)
I'm a 3rd year student at Concordia University in Montreal, Canada. Major, Studio Arts, Minor, Art History.
During my stay at Concordia, I've gotten the chances to work on improving my studio practice and to try to improve my artwork. I'm in the process of updating this page with what I've been doing for the past 2 years.
The past few months have been pretty cool. I've gotten to be a part of a few shows and I've enjoyed the opportunity to work with a new sort of deadline (I've done illustration work in the past, work for class, and work for students shows as well).
I've recently shown my work at Sha
Hey big wide world of DA,
I have been neglecting you sorely. And for that, I apologize greatly. You are my first love, my very first love, and you (and Greg and Photoshop) have much too much to do with me studying Studio Arts right now.
I'm doing very well, and I hope you're doing well too.
I have a MySpace page which I'm extremely excited about. I've made it look very attractive, and I've also discovered that multitudes of amazing, professional artists that I've both heard of before, have never heard of before, and admire greatly, have pages on MySpace already.
I also have a weekly that I've started posting on a music blog of a friend of