Through her photography, Peirone explores young girls’ search for identity in a world influenced by social media, capturing the frustration many of them feel with today’s beauty standards and expectations. Her photographs are not portraits in the conventional sense, as they challenge modern-day norms and conceptions. Instead, they focus on flaws and imperfections, showing girls when they are unguarded and exposed.
These prints retain the memory of the sun, wind, and water where they began. Constructed from multiple photographs of radio-operated model sailboats, they keep the texture and detail of their originals, but the end result moves wholly or partly into abstraction.
With practice, anyone can improve their drawing abilities. Students will gain knowledge of line, value, tone, negative space, and perspective in this course, and you'll leave with the assurance to start drawing every day.
Learn to process earth pigments for watercolor paint making and develop a personal palette of artist quality watercolor paints. In this class we will learn about foraging for pigments responsibly while developing a relationship to our natural surroundings.