Brittany Haslam artist and illustrator

My project is loosely based on my interpretation of cellular-like structures. I'm playing around with form and shape and putting down on paper what I imagine these forms to look and act like. They are in no way exact or correct, but more free-flowing and loosely rendered representations of the idea of the cell in a number of forms. I plan to make at least 8 large (18x24) pieces by the end of the semester, and a handful of smaller studies that inform them.

in progress pieces
small studies from my sketchbook for this project

I have been thinking a lot about my perception of who I am as a person lately. Things that shape me into who I am and experiences that influence the things I do and the way I think. There is constantly something to be observed, thought about, drawn, and learned. These things that shape me, give me my sense of Self. Whether these things are internal, such as cells and anatomical structures of who I am, or external influences and/or experiences; they reflect who I am. For my project this semester, I am exploring my sense of Self. I want to illustrate these different ideas of my sense of Self through a series of watercolor/gouache and ink drawings.

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