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Visual Arts

I am most comfortable drawing with pencil and painting in acrylics but like to experiment with different mediums.


Mochi, 2020. Acrylic on paper. 18 in. x 13 in. 

This is my rescue cat, Mochi. I took a photo of her and then painted this (but changed the carpet colors).

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Pondering Hello Kitty

Pondering Hello Kitty, 2019. Acrylic on paper. 20 in. x 14 in. Based Liminal Kitty by Yang Cao, oil on panel, 16 in. x 16 in., Corey Helford Gallery, Los Angeles.

I made this for my Mom who saw this in an art show and loves Hello Kitty.

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Oh Deer!

    Oh, Deer! 2018. Acrylic and mixed media on canvas. 3' x 3'.

This is a piece my Mom and I made, inspired by the deer that always seem to be hanging around in the area. We painted the canvas, hand-glittered every deer a couple of times, measured the correct placement, and glued them to the canvas.

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Clone Trooper's Signal

Clone Trooper's  Signal is based on an airborne clone trooper during the battle of Kashik  I made this when I was really into clone troopers, it was a hard challenge for me then and I am proud of the way it turned out. I used pencils and lots of colored pencils.

Drawings for Myself

These pieces are all drawings found in my sketchbook, I drew using a standard pencil. I took heavy inspiration from the things around me and for the characters I based them on my friends. I really wanted to improve my personal style, I think I accomplished that and I got really good with perspective and prepotions.


My art piece is a comic. I was inspired by the work of Quinten Tarantino and the movie Fargo. My piece centers around a mysterious character characterized by his sunglasses. He appears to be a normal person when his house is burned but we learn what he is capable of by the end. I chose mundane colors to contrast the story and made the character consistently silent because I liked how it allowed the reader to create his own story. The unorthodox box style is meant to be part of the art itself as it gives a ruggedness with its bold boxes. It was a lot of fun to make this piece and I hope it looks as cool as it looks to me.


Inbound is an art piece that took lighting scales from an original photo, which were then taken into Photoshop and drawn over using the general shapes. We then did a drawing mimicking the general layout as well as using the original lighting scales. This piece was challenging as I had never worked with Photoshop before until then. 

In my art class we selected one musical artist to create a poster for. I chose Steve Lacy as the subject for my poster, drawn to his music's captivating blend of intricate guitar work and simple beats. The challenge was striking a balance between creating a visually striking piece with pops of color while maintaining the specific aesthetic I envisioned. Despite the difficulties, I successfully integrated various mediums and colors to achieve my desired look. I really enjoyed this process and I am content with the outcome. 

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