Welcome to my Portfolio web page! This is full of the variety of artwork we did this year in Ms. Braney’s class. Out of all of the pieces we did, these were the top five that I think show who I am as an artist. Enjoy!
This piece was made with oil pastel. In my class we set up a reference of real and fake fruit and put two highlights on it. We took a bunch of pictures from different angles and got to chose any to draw. This is my favorite piece I did because of the color throughout all the fruit. And my favorite fruit was the pineapple. This piece was time consuming and took a lot of effort but it was worth it in the end as it turned out the best.
My portfolio class collaborated with music tech to create album covers for their demos. We had to listen through all the songs and then we each got to pick our own artist. I chose MTPerry for my album cover because his music was the most inspiring. I used colored pencil, fodder, acrylic paint, and water color to create this mixed media piece. I really enjoyed this project because we were able to go in a different direction and be creative with our ideas.
This piece was a mono print formative. I used oil paint and plexi glass to create the background. The colors I used reminded me of an exotic snake. So, I used ink to draw the snake and in the background I drew a rural town out of ink as well.
I made this piece outside of school and my reference was a family friend who is a painter. She pained a painting of a bear named Koda and it is absolutely my favorite painting ever. I recreated her painting to make it my own as she passed away a few years back. She was a huge inspiration for this piece as it is my favorite painting I’ve ever done. I used acrylic paint for this entire piece.
Although I struggled to create this piece, I’m very happy with how it turned out. This is a picture of me and this picture was taken as I was attempting to cover the sun with my hand. The flowers in the background represent that natural beauty in this picture and how it was unplanned. I used both black and white charcoal to create values in this piece and make it more realistic.