Sunday, October 3, 2010

a little tease

Snippet for next month's show:


I've been dabbling with some quick digital portraits to take a break from the traditional work. A little rusty as you can see.





Also, I recently had the pleasure of meeting Gregory, from athousandstories, to do an in-person interview. Our conversation on school, Georgia, and art can be found here.

12 comments:

  1. GO PHOTOSHOP, GO TRAN!! i hope you've been doing good and all dat

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  2. So young, so talented... I love your work.

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  3. They all look wonderful! Your art always makes me feel inspired.

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  4. In the interview you said that most of your work seems to be more in the "sad area" but underneath this first impression there's more to it. In your works I can find that quiet strength I search for in art: not sugar coated, a little painful but also beautiful and, yes, definitely healing. Thank you for that!

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  5. wow...your art is so incredible...

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  6. Amazing, I love the first one, its so clean and beautiful

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  7. I appreciate your kind comments! Got to keep trucking along on those paintings.

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  8. About digital works: well, if it's not your main medium it doesn't either seem... and when you'll do more of them you'll see a big improvement. But already now they look gorgeous. :)
    About the traditional: you're deeply talented, I wonder which kind of "paper" you use, it seems a watercolours paper but not rough...
    All my regards and compliments.

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  9. Amazing blog!

    You are so talented!!
    xx

    johanna, sweden
    ART

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  10. Fran: Thanks Fran! I use Rives BFK paper. It's similar to watercolor paper but for some reason I just prefer this more.

    Johanna: Thank you, Johanna!

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  11. your work is amazing.....
    really love it

    Congratulations!

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