Opus 3

At first glance, this abstract piece may seem to be rooted in a (what we may call) a true reality, something that is grounded in previous, valid experiences. However, at second glance, we can see that the artist has expanded upon what we initially perceive as “true” into something that is “untrue,” or, exactly what … More Opus 3

Opus 2

In this piece, the artist draws upon their knowledge of amphibious creatures to recreate what is, arguably, the the most poorly drawn lizard in existence. Nevertheless, this may have been an aesthetic choice. The lizard, like the rest of us, has two eyes, a tongue, and thoughts (here represented by the miscellaneous shapes and colors). … More Opus 2

Opus 1

This is the artist’s very first piece in this expressive series, and denotes the genesis of expression and feelings through the digital medium which is, of course, Microsoft Paint. The artist’s choice to portray two creatures interacting in this scene really encapsulates the overall genre of it, namely, that of the subtle innocence involved with social … More Opus 1