Mixed media - Assembly on wood, acrylics, crayon, pastel
40”h x 6”w x 4”d
A theme that has impacted my artistic practice is the Spectral Light of Elements of the Periodic Table.
The SPECTRAL LIGHT OF ELEMENTS is a distinct set of lights that represent each element of the periodic table, like a thumbprint of the elements. There are not two sets alike. It’s a way to identify elements of distant objects. This is how scientist can tell what Jupiter is made of, or how hot stars are, or how far Saturn is.
In my process, I investigate the emission spectra of an element and then use those colors, in tints and shades to create geometric abstractions.
Spectral light of Beryllium (Be)
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Get to Know the Austin Artist:
My entire process has a recurring theme: To Discover. I’ve always wondered what it would be like to be a kid during adulthood; to be a child while keeping our adult skills in reason and understanding; to keep a child’s sense of wonder while being conscious of our own sense of amazement. In all my line of work, I use a theme that interests me, study it, and then develop some of the concepts into my visual proposal. My intention is to amaze viewers and make them curious about a subject, whether it is scientific or historic. My goal is to engage spectators with a concept that leaves them wanting to learn more and spread the word.