Title

The Vicissitudes of My Life Through Still Life Art

Presenter Information

Alexandra Lupton

Document Type

Oral Presentation

Location

SURC Ballroom B/C/D

Start Date

21-5-2015

End Date

21-5-2015

Keywords

Art, Still Life, Collection

Abstract

This presentation exhibits a collection of still life scenes, in graphite and charcoal, that represent my life. The goal of the project was to capture the everyday scenes or objects that both symbolize and reflect my personal journey growing up as a young adult. Through these still lifes, I present to the viewer my reality of tone, form, composition, proportions, and shapes. Graphite and charcoal are used to allow for the depiction of striking shades and intricate details. The vicissitudes of life are dynamic, yet relative, to my space and time. I am utilizing skills that I recently learned in Central Washington University’s Drawing 1 art class.

Poster Number

6

Faculty Mentor(s)

Rachel Kirk

Department/Program

Undeclared

Additional Mentoring Department

Art

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The Vicissitudes of My Life Through Still Life Art

SURC Ballroom B/C/D

This presentation exhibits a collection of still life scenes, in graphite and charcoal, that represent my life. The goal of the project was to capture the everyday scenes or objects that both symbolize and reflect my personal journey growing up as a young adult. Through these still lifes, I present to the viewer my reality of tone, form, composition, proportions, and shapes. Graphite and charcoal are used to allow for the depiction of striking shades and intricate details. The vicissitudes of life are dynamic, yet relative, to my space and time. I am utilizing skills that I recently learned in Central Washington University’s Drawing 1 art class.