How is working in a communal artist space like Walnut going to benefit your creative production?
For the last 5 months I have been working in a bubble relying heavily on digital inspiration or the things in my little space. One of the most inspiring and creative periods in my life happened in my final year at art school. There was a large communal working space with around 15 other artists. Just walking in the room gave you access to new techniques, styles, mediums, supports, sounds, etc. I am looking forward to that level of inspiration to push my creative production even further!
What is your favourite piece of art that you have ever produced? Why do you feel this piece was successful?
I am not sure it is/was successful but to me it stands for pushing myself out of the artist box I created for myself. I forced myself to work on detail, every brushstroke and creating a realistic representation of this creature. This piece is my motivation to explore the medium and subject further in my future work.
What are your personal artistic professional goals over the next year? What are you hoping to accomplish?
Simple: meet a ton of great creative people to share my work with and hopefully have them share with me. I would love to be represented by a gallery a year from now but I truly just want to create art that I am proud of that represents my vision and true self.
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