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When I got into the working world after school I realized quickly that I was more suited for an artistic job than the business one for which I was trained, so I taught myself graphic design and built a career around that. Being a visually creative person in conjunction with the fact that I had blank walls in my home to work with, I soon decided to try my hand at fine art. After an overwhelmingly positive response not to mention requests for artwork I learned to love and embrace the idea of art without creative guidelines and boundaries. As I pushed myself creatively, I conceived of the work ‘Peggy’ which in my mind was the ultimate union of my love for both graphics and fine art. ‘Peggy’ is comprised of 2788 hand cut, sanded, and painted dowels that when put together form a modern interpretation of a painting by artist Roy Lichtenstein entitled, ‘m-maybe.’ The image seems to change shape and form depending on the viewing angle and blurs the boundaries between sculpture and conventional art.
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