AP Studio Artist – Ellie Tezak Unti

This semester I’ve been working on developing my ability to project my voice through the art that I create as well as furthering my artistic abilities. I’ve been really focusing on trying to move out of my comfort zone in doing larger pieces and trying to avoid outlining my pieces. With many reminders from Ms. B about the art mantras, I’ve been able to begin moving away from outlining and move towards pieces that are rendered more fully. I’ve been playing around with creating art out of media that I’m not used to using as well as unconventional media like coffee grounds and hot chocolate. By letting loose and creating without laying down a penciled framework, I’ve been better able to produce pieces with more depth and dimension. Finally, this semester I have begun to explore my sustained investigation topic in which I use my art to answer the question, “What happens to our sense of childhood imagination as we go into adulthood?”

 

 

 

 

 

 


Anxiety
Acrylic Paint. 10 x 10.5 inches


Dissociation/Derealization
Acrylic Paint. 10 x 12 inches


Rage
Acrylic Paint. 10 x 10.5


The Shadow Man
Pencil & Colored Pencil. 5.5 x 8.5 inches


A Mind to Create
Crayon, Marker, & Sharpie. 4.25 x 4.5 inches


Coffee
Coffee, Hot Chocolate, & Sharpie Pen. 4.5 x 4.5 inches


I’m Not a Robot
Sharpie, Marker, & Colored Pencil. 6 x 8.5 inches


Tree of Smoke
Fire. 12 x 16 inches


Under the Sea
Acrylic Paint & Marker. 8 x 10 inches


Imagination
Pencil, Marker, Crayon, Colored Pencil, Sharpie, Pen. 18.5 x 24 inches

 

Please leave a comment for Ellie below!

4 comments

  1. Great job Ellie! Very unique! – Caroline’s dad

    Jon Greenberg
  2. Amazing stuff. you have a gift my girl.

    Dad
  3. BEAUTIFUL woRk. You are tRuly tAlentEd. congratulations.

    HeLene
  4. Nice Ellie! I enjoyed looking at your work!

    Nancy Wiecki

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