Category Archives: Non-IB work

Photography continued

These are the pictures that I’ve developed since last post. We’ve moved on to using a 35mm lens film camera, which means I can now shoot 34 pictures and develop them together, rather than painstainkingly progress through the roll one … Continue reading

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Intro to B&W Photography

One of the classes that I’m taking in my first semester of college is Intro to Black and White Photography. I was really worried about having to deal with the technical aspect of photography, but I’m finding it to be … Continue reading

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International Cubism

I made this piece last year. We were studying cubism and its presence in society throughout the years, starting with Picasso’s Guernica. Our theme was fairly free, as we were to choose an issue in society that we wanted to … Continue reading

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Fur Coats and Garbage

I made this piece this summer, while I was taking classes at Yale. The assignment was to use charcoal and erasers, and make a composition’s light reflections and shadows stand out. Our teacher, Anna Betbeze, set up a still-life in … Continue reading

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Swimming Gold

This is one of those paintings that you make one day, and that you keep wherever you go. I made this as a kid, but somehow never lost it (very surprising!). The idea came from a child’s book I was … Continue reading

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Autumn Flora

This will be my first post, simply because I want to start blogging on a good note, and I love pretty much everything about this painting. I made it a couple of years ago (I was 13). I really didn’t … Continue reading

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