Browsing Tag: artistic process

Art

NYC July and August 2021 on Film

July and August passed by so quickly and, somehow, so slowly at the same time, and even though I missed some beautiful memories, I did manage to catch some nice… Continue Reading

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My 2020 Media Consumption

At the beginning of this year I set out to be more mindful of what and how much information I take in. I also wanted to try to figuratively clear space in my head, making room for things that would feed my art in some way.

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Drawing II

Round two of old drawings! These are just my favorite finished studies from my figure drawing class at UCF. All done on 18” x 24” newsprint paper with charcoal pencils… Continue Reading

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Because I Am So Often Alone (2020) – “A Solo Exhibition”

Working primarily in charcoal and ink, Sara Rentas explores solitude and the human figure building up to her first public display of work. Kind of.

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Art Supply Haul and Progress – March 2020

We’re on lock down, which means instead of panic buying toilet paper and nonperishables, I made the smart choice and panic bought art supplies.

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Mini Watercolor Sketchbook Tour – 2014-2016

I’ve seen a lot of artists doing sketchbook tours, so why not me? Especially since I’m back to working in this little book, I thought I’d share all the previous work.