In this two-part mural using acrylic paint and die cut vinyl, completed in the fall of 2015 at Select Design, I expose the process behind my work. Each shape and its color are the result of very intentional decisions in order to produce a life-like animal. However, all of this thought, sketching, and mathematics is often unknown. This piece shows the mark-making that exists throughout the entirety a mural. It intends to celebrate the work that goes into any creative process, not just mine.
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  In this two-part mural using acrylic paint and die cut vinyl, completed in the fall of 2015 at Select Design, I expose the process behind my work. Each shape and its color are the result of very intentional decisions in order to produce all of this thought, sketching, and mathematics is often unknown. This piece shows the mark-making that exists throughout the entirety a mural. It intends to celebrate the work that goes into any creative process, not just mine.