In my last semester at RISD, I developed a process of taking handmade, landscape paintings on wax paper into animation programs, to create roving, abstract paintings that expressed the nature of looking in-depth at textures and colors as objective forms. For me, this act seemed to exhibit a side of abstract art that implies everything ness, and infinity in interpretation. These works were created to satisfy the impulse of wanting to be submerged in every possible composition within one composition.
Below are mixed media and digital sketches that came from the same body of work, which explore similar ideas of submersion within layers. 
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