My Yearbook (2016) project is an epic visual diary that consists of one painting every morning for an entire year. Each painting is completed in one hour. This self-imposed time restriction allows me to focus on the most essential elements to convey in each painting in that given moment. Mistakes, failures, successes and indecisions all share the same space. Besides exhibiting all 366 paintings (it's a leap year) in its entirety, I plan to publish this project as a book.   Yearbook (January) , 2016 Acrylic and colored pencil on 31 canvases 12 x 9 inches each (30.5 x 22.9 cm each)

My Yearbook (2016) project is an epic visual diary that consists of one painting every morning for an entire year. Each painting is completed in one hour. This self-imposed time restriction allows me to focus on the most essential elements to convey in each painting in that given moment. Mistakes, failures, successes and indecisions all share the same space. Besides exhibiting all 366 paintings (it's a leap year) in its entirety, I plan to publish this project as a book.

Yearbook (January), 2016
Acrylic and colored pencil on 31 canvases
12 x 9 inches each
(30.5 x 22.9 cm each)

  Yearbook (February),  2016 Acrylic and colored pencil on 29 canvases. 12 x 9 inches each (30.5 x 22.9 cm each)  

Yearbook (February), 2016
Acrylic and colored pencil on 29 canvases.
12 x 9 inches each
(30.5 x 22.9 cm each)
 

  Yearbook (March) , 2016 Acrylic and colored pencil on 31 canvases 12 x 9 inches each (30.5 x 22.9 cm each)  

Yearbook (March), 2016
Acrylic and colored pencil on 31 canvases
12 x 9 inches each
(30.5 x 22.9 cm each)
 

  Yearbook (April) , 2016 Acrylic and colored pencil on 30 canvases 12 x 9 inches each (30.5 x 22.9 cm each)  

Yearbook (April), 2016
Acrylic and colored pencil on 30 canvases
12 x 9 inches each
(30.5 x 22.9 cm each)
 

 My Yearbook (2016) project is an epic visual diary that consists of one painting every morning for an entire year. Each painting is completed in one hour. This self-imposed time restriction allows me to focus on the most essential elements to convey in each painting in that given moment. Mistakes, failures, successes and indecisions all share the same space. Besides exhibiting all 366 paintings (it's a leap year) in its entirety, I plan to publish this project as a book.   Yearbook (January) , 2016 Acrylic and colored pencil on 31 canvases 12 x 9 inches each (30.5 x 22.9 cm each)
  Yearbook (February),  2016 Acrylic and colored pencil on 29 canvases. 12 x 9 inches each (30.5 x 22.9 cm each)  
  Yearbook (March) , 2016 Acrylic and colored pencil on 31 canvases 12 x 9 inches each (30.5 x 22.9 cm each)  
  Yearbook (April) , 2016 Acrylic and colored pencil on 30 canvases 12 x 9 inches each (30.5 x 22.9 cm each)  

My Yearbook (2016) project is an epic visual diary that consists of one painting every morning for an entire year. Each painting is completed in one hour. This self-imposed time restriction allows me to focus on the most essential elements to convey in each painting in that given moment. Mistakes, failures, successes and indecisions all share the same space. Besides exhibiting all 366 paintings (it's a leap year) in its entirety, I plan to publish this project as a book.

Yearbook (January), 2016
Acrylic and colored pencil on 31 canvases
12 x 9 inches each
(30.5 x 22.9 cm each)

Yearbook (February), 2016
Acrylic and colored pencil on 29 canvases.
12 x 9 inches each
(30.5 x 22.9 cm each)
 

Yearbook (March), 2016
Acrylic and colored pencil on 31 canvases
12 x 9 inches each
(30.5 x 22.9 cm each)
 

Yearbook (April), 2016
Acrylic and colored pencil on 30 canvases
12 x 9 inches each
(30.5 x 22.9 cm each)
 

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