“As humans we try to formulate order. My passion is to explore the unknown by combining various concepts and mediums to create new forms of order”
I used to consider myself a digital artist, but then thought perhaps I am a sculptor. I have recently discovered that I am more of a conceptual artist. I do not like to constrain myself to any one medium, and the work that I have on display here at the Ellicottville Memorial Library is an example of this mentality. This small show is the first of many to come. I really love doing what I do and hope to collaborate with more artists with the same mindset this year.
I graduated Jamestown Community College with Best in Show at the annual student exhibition. Now, I am currently working on my Bachelor of Fine Art degree at the New York State School of Ceramics at Alfred University.
Last semester, I traveled abroad to study in the United Kingdom. There in England, I studied Digital Communication in the city of Wolverhampton. Even when I traveled, I also devoted my time to studying and documenting art and design while in a different country. I have returned with these experiences to start working towards my senior show in May 2014.
My art is on display throughout the month of February. There is a bronze sculpture, a digital drawing and several framed traditional prints. You will also find detailed descriptions on each of the works. I hope you might find my work inspiring.