Drawing I: focus on sighting, volumes, line weight, graphite on paper, 24"x18”, 2016.
Drawing I, still life: paper bags, focus on composition, light and value, additive/reductive mark-making, graphite on paper, 24"x18”, 2016.
Drawing I: complex perspective set-ups, focus on objects in 2 point perspective with multiple vanishing points and auxiliary vanishing points, 18"x24”, 2016.
Drawing I: set-ups showing clear negative space, focus on rendering one object using its negative spaces, charcoal and white chalk on toned paper, 18"x24”, 2016.
Drawing I, still life: bones and organic forms, focus on rendering organic forms, charcoal and white chalk on toned paper, 18"x24”, 2016.
Drawing I, student built still life: complex set ups, focus on the creation of a diptych composition, charcoal and white chalk on toned paper, 18"x24”, 2016.
Drawing I: self directed student final project, students were asked to incorporate still-life observation with a photographic reference and a found item, plastic beads and graphite on paper, 2012.
Drawing I: students were asked to collage a scrap of found paper as the basis for their drawing, additional topics were abstraction and representation, and complex space, mixed media on paper, 2012.
Drawing I: Pop-cultural self-portrait, students were asked to interject themselves into any image from popular culture, additional topics discussed were appropriation, popular culture media, and pop-art, graphite and ink, 18"x24", 2012.
Drawing I: Self portrait with distorted grid, students gridded an 8x10 self portrait photo and transferred the image to a hand drawn, distorted grid, graphite, 18"x24", 2012.
Drawing I, autobiographical still life: students were asked to make a still life drawing from observation at their home with a goal of telling a narrative about their own life, 18”x24”, 2012.
Drawing I, perspective: the apocalypse: students were asked to activate their imagination to imagine a world post humans while demonstrating their understanding of material covered on linear perspective, 18”x24”, 2012