I kinda didn't want to use this photograph since it wasn't from my usual boat and my blurry finger in the top left corner and because I really wanted to get the shape of the boat in the picture rather than just the rigger, but it was the best one that I took when I went out on the water, and I can't go out to take a new one because our season has been "temporarily suspended" due to the pandemic of COVID-19. I am doing the Art Assignment thing again because the last ones I did both got scholastic awards, but also because I feel like I can use them also as portfolio pieces like the one that I have show cased above. I can't remember the specific name of the assignment nor can I find it again on the Arts Assignment website, but it had something to do with going to a place invisible to others, but visible to you and then document it. Being on the water in the manner that I usually do is not something many people experience, and many people don't even know what our sport is, so I figured I would use the beautiful landscape that I used to see everyday(before the quarantine). I also really wanted to draw something related to crew because it would branch two things I love to do. For my second piece I am either doing "Relative Stranger" or the destroying a piece of art work thing(again I cannot find the actually assignment's real name, but Julianne did it for her last home project) depending on time, because I am worried that I might not actually finish this piece with enough time to do the relative stranger one, but I made a little painting on Saturday that I wouldn't care to much if I destroyed and it would probably improve the content to destroy it so i will decide later.
I am a sleep deprived artist trying to make ends meet. :)