BOL-210-20
BOL-210-20
Work exploring the relationships between infrastructure, movement, and natural features (Rio Grande, arroyos...) in Albuquerque, NM.
BOL-217-2
BOL-217-2
Public art proposal designed to honor the landmark civil rights ruling from Territory v Yee Shun (1882).
BOL-212-9
BOL-212-9
Mixed media painting on vellum, abstracting geographic features in the bay area.
BOL-212-6
BOL-212-6
Mixed media drawing on paper, referencing an above ground tomb in New Orleans, LA.
BOL-211-1
BOL-211-1
Mixed media drawing on paper with digital laser etching and collage.
BOL-217-4
BOL-217-4
Site responsive public art proposal for an architectural pavilion in Peoria, AZ.
BOL-216-1
BOL-216-1
Public art series with four sculptural iterations. Stemming from Navajo motifs and proximity to Tsoodzil, a sacred mountain defining the Eastern boundary of the Navajo Nation.
BOL-217-10
BOL-217-10
Mixed media painting with serigraphy and lithography, stemming from tessellated geometric forms.
BOL-213-2
BOL-213-2
Site responsive exhibition proposal for San Jose Institute of Contemporary Arts.
BOL-217-1
BOL-217-1
Digitally fabricated mural proposal, stemming from tessellated geometric forms.
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Pen and Gouache on Paper. 29.5" x 41.37"
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Mixed Media on Paper. 41.37" x 29.5"
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Pen and Gouache on Paper. 29.5" x 41.37"
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Mixed Media on Paper. 30.25" x 22.18"
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Collage, Serigraphy and Lithography on Panel. 36” x 36”
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Pen and Gouache on Paper. 41.37" x 29.5"
Process:  Fall 2017
Process:  Fall 2017
Process:  Fall 2017
Process:  Fall 2017
Process:  Fall 2017
Process:  Fall 2017
Process:  Fall 2017
Process:  Fall 2017