“TRANCE” was a group student exhibition at the campus gallery, Phyllis Gill Gallery, from March 2nd to the 5th, featuring pieces made by three individual artists. We shared this space putting up works that were evocative of dreams and trauma, with various depictions of fluidity and water. Most of the pieces showcased were printed illustrations with various elements of graphic design, digital painting, and several traditional pieces. Below are pictures taken at the exhibition’s reception night. Here are also photos of the pieces I contributed to the exhibition, some random pieces from the past were also shown, as well as a shared triptych that was a three-way collaboration with the other artists involved in this show.
My set of illustrations aimed to capture scenes from my dreams, while mimicking colors and hues of the sky (especially during the sunset). In this series, I focused a lot on lighting, textures, and colors by using different hues and shades, and various types of textures and brushes to create depth and lighting.