Photography and Drawing
I am a Texas artist who specializes in photography and drawing. In my photography, I aim to capture the fleeting moments that make up a lifetime. I mainly shoot in a very straightforward, banal, documentary style of the everyday ordinary.
In drawing, my favorite supplies are graphite pencils, colored pencils, and pens. I’m also very open to other supplies. I like creating art in a variety of subjects and styles.
The overall theme of my art is to live in the moment and to appreciate what is Hidden in Plain View.
On My Blog
My blog is intended to entertain or inform anyone who loves art. I also aim to help and inspire other artists. My blog also serves as an online portfolio of my artwork and a way to get to know who I am as an artist.
I talk about art, art history, and making art. I share my past and current art. I share tips and techniques to help other artists with their artwork. Because my interests are so diverse, and art can apply to everything, I might also explore other subjects.
I also have a special knack for providing Art Critique. I especially like to help beginners.
Bachelor of Fine Arts from Stephen F. Austin State University. With a Major in Photography and a Minor in Drawing. All of my photographs and artwork are copyrighted.
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