One demonstration of soft ground etching was all it took for me to come up with the idea of doing ballet feet positions. After taking dance for 11 years, 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, and 5th position are not easily forgotten.
Everyone has a unique handprint. By using a 10x magnifying glass to draw minuscule swirls, I created this abstract handprint in approximately six hours.
Shown in the 41st Annual juried Student Exhibition at Drake University's Anderson Gallery
Juror: Laurel Farrin, Professor of Art at University of Iowa
Inside Myself was created through the experimentation of different intaglio techniques. My name is written in Chinese while the space around it reflects my incredibly detailed yet vague and abstract thought process.