Being a freestyle design artist has enabled flexibility in creating masterpieces that consists of geometric abstraction and 2D and 3D wall designs throughout BA Fine Arts. I have the skills of producing works with paper and metal starting from a small section into something greater as shown in my projects.
The ‘Instability’ group exhibition was the one of the most successful works I created, as it was based on myself before I became an artist. The black and white paper roll installation on the ups and downs in life engaged many audience during the pandemic.
The simplicity of the design in the space allows exploration as audience experience it’s change from different points of view and become part of the art.
My skillset is designing walls and installations. I have created many masterpieces from wood, paper, and metal. Working from a sketchbook in the beginning and producing work after, I have developed in the process of becoming a freestyle artist, allowing art to change whilst in the making into something greater. From 2D wall designs that look almost 3d, illusions with using the shape of circles, floor, wall, and ceiling designs, to making designs off the wall into the space allowed me to become confident with being flexible in using any material when making these unique wall features and installations.
Keywords: creative, design, illusion, installation, black and white, 2d/3d, wall art
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