Hannah Brown Anderton
While studying the figure from life, greater clarity can be found in creating marks that the eyes see directly in front of them rather than from a photo or reference. Capturing something in real time that is living requires a greater amount of conscious examination from the artist. Additionally, varying amounts of clarity and true forms can be created differently through additive methods with graphite pencil than through subtractive methods with graphite powder and erasure.
University / Institution: Utah Valley University
Format: In Person
SESSION A (9:00-10:30AM)
Area of Research: Arts
Faculty Mentor: Alexandra Giannell