MicaH Micah Washington portfolio
Micah S. Washington 419.340.2261 firstname.lastname@example.org University of Cincinnati Interior Design
Photographs..........................1-2 GeneralArt...........................3-6 Public Work..........................7-8 Translations.......................... 9-10 Models................................11-12 Technical..............................13-19 Case Study............................20 Literary Center......................21-26
These photographs were taken in Toledo, Ohio. The top two are of an abandoned rail car and the lower two feature the Anthony Wayne bridge that spans the Maumee River.
These are watercolor paintings created in high school. To the right is my spin on American Gothic by Grant Wood. On the opposite page are stylized paintings of frogs.
2006 triumph art shoW honorable mention
The above pencil drawing was also done while in high school. The top image on the opposite page is an acrylic painting and the lower piece was done using dry pastel.
2007 9th Congressional art exhibition bgsu sponsored award focus art show acceptance
2008 9th Congressional art exhibition congressional honorable mention
This mural is the result of weeks of ideation, planning and effort by the participants of the 2007 YAAW program. Each panel is 4â€™ x 8â€™ and stands as the back drop of the preformance stage at Promendae Park in downtown Toledo, Ohio.
For the past 15 years, the Arts Commission of Greater Toledo has sponsored the Young Artist at Work program. The objective of YAAW is to provide an intensive arts experience that fosters artistic self-expression and a quality work ethic that can impact the youth throughout adulthood. The program encourages expression, refinement, cross-cultural sharing, and the exchange of ideas. The opportunity provides exposure to the concept of art as a business, as well as the creation of public art for the greater Toledo community. seven
After finding a view in the DAAP building, three translations were created. The first is an atmospheric translation done by using graphite, the second is a figure field translation using black marker and the last is a line translation using differing diameter Micron pens.
On the opposite page is a rendering of port o potties designed using SketchUp and then placed and rendered using Photoshop. nine
When designing this model, it was not to exceed 16 inches in height, length or width. This model utilizes gaps and planes as primary elements.
The wooden model on the opposite page also had the 16 inch constraint. Itâ€™s rectilinear form was achieved by using rectangles of various dimensions.
The above building section is of the Indiana State Museum by Ratio Architects. It was created using AutoCAD. On the opposite page is the ground floor plan of the ISM also created in AutoCAD.
Shown below is an east and north elevation of the Farnsworth House by Mies Van Der Rohe. It and their sections on the opposite page were done using Rhino.
FARNSWORTH HOUSE MIES VAN DER ROHE
EAST ELEVATION 1/8î = 1í
NORTH ELEVATION 1/8î = 1í
FARNSWORTH HOUSE MIES VAN DER ROHE FARNSWORTH HOUSE MIES VAN DER ROHE EAST SECTION 1/8î = 1í EAST SECTION 1/8î = 1í
NORTH SECTION 1/8î = 1í NORTH SECTION 1/8î = 1í
FARNSWORTH HOUSE MIES VAN DER ROHE
This plan of the Farnsworth House and the exploded axion to the right was PLAN VIEW also done in Rhino. 1/8î = 1í
MICAH WASHINGTON DOCUMENTATION LAB PLAN UNIVERSITY OF CINCINNATI MAY 27, 2010
After the Farnsworth House was built in Rhino, I used Rhino to render the structure and then used Photoshop to complete the above rendering.
Using the Richard E. Lindner Athletics Center by Bernard Tschumi as the subject for the case study, the right most graphic was created in Photoshop. The three sketches to the right were used as form studies.
For the Autumn Quarter of the 2010 year, we were to design a literary center as the studio project.
An initial sketch of the literary center.
Using a photocopy and ink, I created this image of the literary center in its proposed site.
The above image is of the section of the literary center. The sketch to the left was an preliminary section sketch made at the begining of the design phase.
To the left is the ground level of the literary center and above is the second level.
This image shows a wall section of the literary center.
The above image is of the final presentation board for the literary center project.