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J. S. Concentration

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When creating this concentration series, I was inspired by recent movements that are founded upon the idea of femininity. Throughout this process, I explored what feminine means to empowering females around me through the mediums of graphite, crayon, charcoal and paint. Each piece has been created to reflect each woman’s definition, thus affecting the color scheme, content, and composition. My intention is to have the audience view these females through an angle of depth and meaning, since current issues currently question and challenge the modern woman.

 

I chose these graphite, crayon, charcoal and paint as my primary mediums because they possess a certain degree of intensity and highlight certain elements through contrast. I felt that the best way to portray depth and meaning is to use the mediums and colors that can draw attention to certain details or allow a concept to be perceived. My concentration series encapsulates a variety of styles and color choices to reflect the idea that each woman is different and vibrant in their own way. I believe that each woman is beautiful, and that by portraying them in a view that they feel best represents them, both I and the audience are able to understand the concept of femininity and its significance in today’s world.

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    When creating this concentration series, I was inspired by recent movements that are founded upon the idea of femininity. Throughout this process, I explored what feminine means to empowering females around me through the mediums of graphite, crayon, charcoal and paint. Each piece has been created to reflect each woman’s definition, thus affecting the color scheme, content, and composition. My intention is to have the audience view these females through an angle of depth and meaning, since current issues currently question and challenge the modern woman.
    I chose these graphite, crayon, charcoal and paint as my primary mediums because they possess a certain degree of intensity and highlight certain elements through contrast. I felt that the best way to portray depth and meaning is to use the mediums and colors that can draw attention to certain details or allow a concept to be perceived. My concentration series encapsulates a variety of styles and color choices to reflect the idea that each woman is different and vibrant in their own way. I believe that each woman is beautiful, and that by portraying them in a view that they feel best represents them, both I and the audience are able to understand the concept of femininity and its significance in today’s world.

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