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Education

Experience

Bachelor of Science in Interior Design

Interior Design Intern

Accredited by the Council for Interior Design Accreditation Mississippi State University, Starkville, Ms

Cumulative GPA

3.7/4.00

Graduation August 2015

King’s College, London, England Study Abroad Program, Summer 2014 England • France • Ireland • Scotland

Related Courses

Furniture Design • Detailing and Construction • 3D CAD & Modeling • Photography • Hand Rendering • Textiles for Interiors • Environments for Special Needs • Color and Lighting for Interiors • Materials,Treatments & Resources • Environmental Psychology

Collaborative Studio, L.L.C. Nashville, TN Summer 2013 and Summer 2014 • 3D Modeling, drafting & rendering for presentations. • Correspondence with clients & manufacturer representatives. • Construction documents & detailing. • Finish selections & finish presentations. • Attended NeoCon 2014.

Art Studio Assistant Faithful Strokes Art Studio, Murfreesboro, TN May 2012 - December 2012 • Educated children & adults in step-by-step

painting classes.

• Facilitated students during classes &

provided instruction.

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Honors & Community Service Scholarship

Sherry Wingo Memorial Scholarship, Recipient 2014 President’s List (3.5 G.P.A. and above) Dean’s List (3.0 - 3.5 G.P.A.)

Academic 1st Place Institutional, ASID MSU Student Competition 3rd Place Collaborative Brasfield & Gorrie Competition 3rd Place Institutional, ASID South Central Regional Career Day 1st Place Beginning Studio, ASID South Central Regional Career Day Published Hand Rendering in Mississippi Business Journal

Community Service St. Jude Half Marathon Hero 2014 Make-A-Wish Foundation Habitat for Humanity

Activities

College of Architecture, Art & Design Student Dean’s Council Order of Omega Honors Society American Society of Interior Designers South Central Region Chi Omega Sorority • Chi Omega Assistant Facilities Manager • Chi Omega Public Relations Chair • Chi Omega New Member Board MSU Fashion Board Student Associations Public Relations Committee Four Corners MinistrieS

Skills: Revit Architecture AutoCAD Adobe Creative Suite 6.0 Photoshop InDesign Illustrator Microsoft Office

Apple iWork Rhino Sketchup


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faculty submission, idec student comp etition

Incorporate hospitality-like amenities for the guest such as personal space, television, workspace and flexibility

challenge research the affects of design on patients in healthcare environments and implement the research into the design a patient room.

Provide control over personal settings such as air and light to the patient and their guests Provide adequate storage for personal belongings of the patient and guests Locate living necessities within a short radius of the patient’s bed to allow for easy access and overall patient comfort and safety

solution developed an environmentally friendly patient room with adequate guest space, ample storage, integrated technology and applied evidence based design principles.

Use sustainable and medically friendly materials Connect nature to the patient room by allowing day light and outdoor interaction into the patient space to better wellness

duration

Create an efficient work path, and allow for easy transition between healthcare providesrs

2 weeks

square footage 400 sf

healthcare

Incorporate easy access to technology for informative purposes and personal use for patients and guests

patient room floor plan

Provide ADA accessibility

fall 2014

software: revit ◆ photoshop ◆ indesign ◆ illustrator

team project responsibilities: branding ◆ renderings ◆ concept development ◆ concept statement ◆ 3


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elevation a

elevation b

space planning â—† finish selections 4


A murphy bed unfolds from the wall to allow for an additional guest to stay. This is ideal for families with sick children. Research shows that family support hastens the healing process.

The television is equipped allows for streaming, Internet browsing and music. A medical educational program is included in the screen for educating patient & family.

The television and monitors serve as an entertainment source, control panel for light and air, as well as a full food menu served room service style.

A full wall of windows allows daylighting into both patient and guest areas. Research shows that daylight aids in the healing process.

Sustainable flooring by Shaw Contract and environmentally friendly upholstery by Knoll is included in the guest area.

entrance rendering

patient area rendering

healthcare materials:

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knoll framework in bluebell shaw contract vinyl wood flooring knoll tight rope in harvest knoll durand in azalea panolam wood veneer: millwork knoll sway in firefly: wallcovering


guest area rendering

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women's clinic

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challenge design a women’s clinic which offers doctor and midwife care with functionally coordinating patient, office and administration space.

solution doctor space and midwife space share centrally located spaces to encourage relaxation and meditation.

axonometric view

duration: 4 weeks

square footage spacial diagram

spring 2014

software: revit ◆ photoshop ◆ indesign ◆ illustrator

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Storage/Mechanical

Shared Space

Circulation

Offices

Doctor฀s Space Reception/Waiting

4,162 sf

healthcare

Midwife's Space


programming 


square footage analysis 300

225

150

75

0 reception

ultrasound room

break room

check out space

ADA unisex restrooms

6% 6% 6%

6%

6% 6% 6%

29%

ofÞce w/ restroom dr. m ofÞce w/ restroom n.p.

ofÞce w/ restroom mid. ofÞce w/ restroom b.a.

6% 6% 18% ofÞce w/ restroom dr. m ofÞce w/ restroom mid. ofÞce w/ restroom n.p.

reception exam rooms - dr. m break room procedure room employee bathroom ofÞce w/ restroom dr. m ofÞce w/ restroom n.p. break room ofÞce w/ restroom b.a.

waiting exam rooms - midwife ultrasound room ofÞce w/ restroom mid. ofÞce w/ restroom b.a.

check out space lab

ofÞce w/ restroom dr. m ofÞce w/ restroom n.p.

ofÞce w/ restroom mid. ofÞce w/ restroom b.a.

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rendered floor plan

patient room rendering

healthcare materials & finishes

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corridor rendering


reception lobby rendering furniture & equipment

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millwork and detail drawings nurse's station desk

healthcare

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nurse's station desk

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th e foundry

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3rd place brasfield & gorrie comp etition

challenge complete a design renovation for a retail incubator space with a team of architecture, interior design, building construction and graphic design students.

solution • developed a design

that reflects the locally inspired concept of area artisans • created a space that was flexible using local materials •insured maximum use of available square footage

duration 2 weeks

square footage 1,500 sf

retail

fall 2014

software: revit ◆ photoshop ◆ indesign ◆ illustrator ◆ autocad

team project responsibilities: branding ◆ renderings ◆ concept development ◆ concept statement ◆ 17


site plan legend:

space planning â—† building of the model 18


longitudinal section

rear sales area rendering

retail

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exterior rendering


cash wrap rendering

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seventy-nine cosmetics

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process & concept development

challenge

work as a team to design a retail space for a cosmetic company. develop entire project using hand drawing & rendering techniques.

concept explanation diagram 11' - 9 7/16"

3' - 0 1/16"

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3 weeks

block diagram

square footage

retail

BACK OF HOU HOUSE

4 ADD. SERVICE

ADD. SERVICE

BLOW BAR

bubble diagram

15' - 2 3/8"

CASH WRAP PRODUCT DISPLAY 20'' - 2" 20

duration

1,000 sf

0' - 4 7/8" 5' - 2 17/32"

11 - 8 3//16 11' 11 16"

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11' - 8 3/16"

1

21' - 9"

reflected the concept of gold in the creation of a customer experience which relates to the target market. the design features minimalist fixtures, seamless storage, and reflective materials.

2' - 8 5/8"

solution

12' - 4 3/16"

MAKE OVER/ DIGITAL DISPLAY 23' - 5 17/32"

7' - 10 1/4"

1' - 1 7//8"

spacial diagram

spring 2014

software: revit ◆ autocad ◆ photoshop ◆ indesign ◆ illustrator

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rendered floor plan

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79 exterior concept sketch

storage wall concept sketch

retail

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fixture sketchs and elevations

blow bar rendering


store front rendering

blow bar elevation

display wall evelation

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hotel x

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challenge develop a cohesive design of a boutique including the following: • hotel lobby • bar & restaurant • spa • guest room • rooftop spaces

solution inspired by the excitement of fireworks, the design included explosions of color and bursts of light with unexpected design features to stimulate the guest experience.

duration 5 weeks rendered floor plan level 1

square footage 30,000 sf

hospitality

fall 2014

software: revit ◆ rhino ◆ autocad ◆ photoshop ◆ indesign ◆ illustrator

team project responsibilities: branding ◆ renderings ◆ concept development ◆ concept statement ◆ 29


roof top guest levels lobby

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FUSE

space planning ◆ finish selections ◆ lighting ◆ promotional video ◆ wallcovering design 30


key plan

reception rendering

hospitality materials & finishes

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restaurant rendering


bar & lounge rendering

FUSE

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lounge chair

key plan

reception desk

spa lobby rendering

hospitality

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spa reflection room rendering

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hospitality

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custom wallcovering

custom rug

guest room level rendered floor plan

guest room macquette

guest room rendering


guest room rendering

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rooftop model

rooftop rendered floor plan

rooftop restaurant rendering

hospitality

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rooftop rendering


rooftop bar & lounge rendering

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thrive

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thrive

seating type and quantity: Small round indoor tables: Small round outdoor tables: Large round tables: Sunken tables: Bar seating: Lounge seating: total seating:

challenge research the culture of chengdu, china and design a restaurant including a variety of seating options and dining environments.

solution

84 24 40 100 18 12 278

lounge furniture

appealed to a sophisticated market creating a design that is powerful in atmosphere but relaxing in color and texture.

lighting features

duration 6 weeks

square footage

material selections

6,000 sf rendered floor plan

hospitality

spring 2013

software: revit ◆ autocad ◆ photoshop ◆ indesign ◆ illustrator

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Chengdu

◆ fixture development ◆ finish selections 42


thrive design notes • the illuminated bar is yellow to represent importance

in the Chinese culture and therefore is the center and the social hub of the restaurant. • the fluid lighting features symbolized water as part of

the 5 elements of chinese culture. • the moongate divides the primary dining area from the

public social area to create an intimate dining experience.

bar elevation

hospitality

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furniture plan


bar rendering

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thrive symbol

quantity

lamping

manufacturer/ number

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8’D 6.13”W (8) F21WT5/Mini fluorescent linear recessed Bi-Pin full circle

WINLTG-6200-FL-X-8D-F-277VOAF-SGW-X-STD

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12’D 6.13”W (16) F24WT5HO/ fluorescent linear recessed Mini Bi-Pin full circle

WINLTG-6200-FL-X-12D-F277V-OAF-SGW-X-STD

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8’ Radius x 8.25” W (2) F21WT5/Mini fluorescent linear recessed Bi-Pin radius

WINLTG-6200-RS-X-8R-F-277VOAF-SGW-X-STD

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(1) F21WT5/Mini 71.25” L 8.25” W Bi-Pin fluorescent linear recessed (1) F28WT5/Mini straight Bi-Pin

WINLTG-6200-ST-X-6LS-F-120VOAF-SGW-X-STD

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95.25” L 8.25” W (3) F21WT5/Mini fluorescent linear recessed Bi-Pin straight

WINLTG-6200-ST-X-8LS-277VOAF-SGW-X-STD

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custom pendant light; adjustable suspension height

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16” x 16” x 42” OAD fluorescent Tibor cable stem mount pendant

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n/a

description

total fixture lumen: 2000 lm

n/a

(4) FT40W/2G11

WINLTG-5610-10-CSM-F39120V-OA-BAL-STD

10.8” x 42” (3) F39T5HO/Mini fluorescent Salmont cable Bi-Pin stem mount pendant

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6.25” x 4” Halo medium track light

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63” x 9” x 6” exterior Mentor wall mount fixture

WINLTG-5640-12-CSM-F/H100120V-WLG-BAL-X-STD

120V LED 12W

L205MEDWS830MB277

(2) F40WT8/Medium Bi-Pin

WINLTG-3750-WL-63-F-120VOA-BAL-STD

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6” square LED step light 120V LED 8W total

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12” x 4” ADA compliant interior wall bracket (2) 13W (2GX7) 4-pin low wattage CFL mount luminaire

0.01.SL.3K.3K.100.2.0.V

624/4-W-CFL/2/13-120V-GMSMT-BLN

lighting legend

hospitality

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reflected ceiling plan


store front rendering

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next university

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engage Students in the Next University learning environment have the ability to be engaged in physical activity to enhance personal wellness. The walk stations and the yoga studio provide spaces in which students and faculty are encouraged to engage their bodies to promote a healthy lifestyle within a place of work and learning.

objective steelcase student competition

create a multi-purpose university building that is home to a variety of learning environments, a student cafe, and a faculty hub.

collaborate

solution designed a variety of public and private working spaces to blend educational and corporate design to create a space that harvested learning inspired by the propelling force of a sail.

duration 3 weeks

square footage 10,685 sf

i n s t i t u t i o n a l fall

spatial floor plan Active Learning Classroom

Large Classroom

Student Hub

Faculty Hub

Open Learning Environments

2014

software: revit ◆ photoshop ◆ indesign ◆ illustrator ◆ autocad

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A palette of spaces are provided to enhance and encourage collaboration amongst students and faculty. A variety of group studios and media equipped collaborative spaces are available for different types of learning and working. Collaborative spaces are offered in both public and private spaces. The private spaces are controlled by the Steelcase Room Wizard to secure reservations for team meetings & group work.

propel

The Active Learning Classrooms are designed to improve peer engagement and peer to teacher engagement. By increasing human connection & engagement, the new learning environment will propel students forward in their education and in their life.


rendered floor plan

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faculty hub elevation

quiet booth rendering

institutional materials

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student cafe elevation

student cafe rendering


open learning environment rendering furniture selections

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howell renovation

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Howell Renovation

1st place institutional, asid msu competition 3st place institutional, asid south central region

challenge propose a design for the renovation of howell hall to house the art and interior design departments at mississippi state university.

solution used the branding of each department to create distinct spaces and flexible studios, adequate office spaces, and a centrally located shared cafe space to encourage interdisciplinary collaboration.

shared

interior design

art

duration 4 weeks

square footage 1,200 sf

i n s t i t u t i o n a l spring

2014

software: revit ◆ photoshop ◆ indesign ◆ illustrator

team project responsibilities: branding ◆ renderings ◆ concept development ◆ concept statement ◆ 55


The entry wall displays branding for Building Construction Sciences, Interior Design, and Art. Here, the beginning point for color-coded wayfinding is found. The branding converges in this space and is radiated throughout the building to direct people from department to department. Art Interior Design Building Construction Science

space planning â—† finish selections 56


Howell Renovation studio 1 36 students

studio 1 & 2 16 students

studio 1 28 students

studio 2 18 students

studio 3 28 students

studio 2 28 students

studio 3 20 students.

studio 4 24 students.

studio 3 28 students.

configuration 1

configuration 2

interior design studio rendering

configuration 3

studio rendering

institutional The Interior Design studio, as a whole, creates a flexible environment that encourages peer engagement. The movable partition walls that define the space into three studios promote interaction within each class level. The surface of the partition walls serves as a white board, space for projection, and a sound barrier between other studio spaces. The corporate environment inspires students to work at a professional level which promotes productivity.

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materials library rendering

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Howell Renovation configuration option 2

This configuration allows 3 studios. Each studio seats 28 students.

configuration option 3

The art entry welcomes potential students and visitors with a gallery display of student and faculty artwork. Joining the gallery wall and office space, a GFRG structure serves as a design detail that draws people into a space where art serves as the backdrop for creative work.

supporting materials

interior design: overall studio view

The drawing studio is equipped with 18 drawing horses in a flexible arrangement. This studio has ample space for both informal and formal critiques that features track lighting. Large windows and high ceilings allow daylight into the space. Blackout shades provide the option of suppressing daylight when needed. The garage door brings an interesting industrial detail to the space and serves as

art: welcome center and gallery view

configuration option 1

This configuration allows for four studios. The largest studio seats 28 students. The medium studio seats 24 students while the two smallest studios seat 16 students each.

art: drawing studio view

This configuration allows for one large studio and 2 smaller studios. The large studio seats 36 students while the two smaller seat 18 and 20 students.

overall studio

art entry & drawing studio

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board examples

shared cafe rendering

institutional

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art entry rendering


art studio rendering The drawing studio is equipped with 18 drawing horses in a flexible arrangement. This studio has ample space for critiques and features track lighting. Large windows and high ceilings allow daylight into the space. Black-out shades provide the option of suppressing daylight when needed. The garage door brings an interesting industrial detail to the space and serves as a door to a supply closet for students’ materials.

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process diagrams

challenge steelcase student competition

create a corporate space for entrepreneurs in a career development program to learn and grow their businesses in a professional atmosphere.

solution

designed offices and classrooms around a centrally located open office space and cafe to allow for collaboration and conversation.

duration 6 weeks

square footage

rendered floor plan

9,000 sf

corp orate

fall 2013

software: revit ◆ photoshop ◆ autocad

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cafe elevation

corp orate furniture selections

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open office rendering materials

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collaborative studio

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responsibilities • 3D Modeling,

drafting & rendering for presentations. • Correspondence with clients & manufacturer representatives. • Construction documents & detailing. • Finish selections & finish presentations.

exp erience

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office cooridor

office lobby

hotel architectual rendering

hotel architectual rendering

summer 2013 & 2014


office sketch office reception sketch

office reception office sketch

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creative

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objective capture color photographs of an interesting composition using basic and intermediate camera functions.

solution using set guidelines, captured images of architectural and natural elements that created complete compostions.

ph otography

fall 2014

software: 35-55mm lens â—† photoshop

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challenge • work in teams to

create a chair using the pieces from two different existing chairs. • create a new

design of any type of furniture for knoll.

solution • modeled the existing

chairs and created a new design inspired by hans wegner wishbone chair. • inspired by the lewis

propose chair design model

final chair design

butler model 645 lounge chair, created a new chair using similar lines and posture.

original chair models

furniture design f a l l

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final design board example

materials

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description create hand rendered sketches of interior furnishings and spaces using pencil, pen, and markers.

media pencil pen rendering markers

hand rendering

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description • create a

monochromatic portrait using values of grey in a series of centimeter squares. • create a series of

stamps to form an abstract design of different color scheme paintings. • design an abstract

interpretation of the letter “R” using only shades of grey. • create a patterned

sketch using the theme of nature and tesselate the design into a circle format.

media acrylic paint pen

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description • understand

perspective architectural drawing and sketch historical interior elements. • paint portraits

to resemble lifelike positions and emotions.

media • pencil on paper • pen on paper • oil on canvas

art

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