“Is Art School Right For Me?”

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Photograph embroidered by Victoria Villasana. Her work is fabulous, and you should definitely visit her shop.

“It’s important to think about end-game goals for your college experience. Maybe you want to make inspiring friends and great connections or maybe you want to master a completely new medium. Ask yourself – what exactly do you want to get out of art school?”  Angella D’Avignon  from Society 6’s  “Should You Go To Art School?”   

Are you thinking about a creative career, and wondering if art school is worth your time and money?

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6 Ways to Marry Minimalism and Maximalism (for Interiors or Visual Art)

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Both of these illustrations are by Adriana Vawdrey (me). The simpler collage on the left was an sketchbook / Photoshop experiment, and the very detailed tiger image on the right was a camouflage experiment I did earlier this year. The tiger, called “I Spy,” is available to purchase as a print here.

When it comes to planning the design of anything — (a painting, an outfit, a room, etc.) —  do you normally focus on achieving simple elegance and efficiency? Or do you prefer details, layers, and eclectic mismatched combinations? I have been thinking about this a lot! What are the definitions of “minimalism” and “maximalism”, and how can creative people meet in the middle?  Continue reading “6 Ways to Marry Minimalism and Maximalism (for Interiors or Visual Art)”