Not sure if this one is done yet, though it is fitting mayhaps that my first post-graduation piece should be a sunrise (or sunset, I suppose.) This is part one of a longer series I want to work on, this way of working is relaxing to me. 

I went to Oklahoma for a week to visit Drew's family, and on our way back to Florida, our flight out of Oklahoma city took off at about 6 in the morning, so we go to see the sun rise from thousands of feet up in the air, it was pretty crazy, the light was pure pink and the horizon had this odd mist to it. I guess normally I'm not awake in the morning to enjoy these things, but sunrise from an airplane was surprisingly beautiful.

Here's an obligatory airport drawing. :)

Now that I'm done with school, I have a lot I've been meaning to do but got pushed to the back burner during the whirlwind that is senior year/thesis/job hunt/meltdown. Now, it's nice to have the time to make some new work, redesign my website, all while going through the piles of boxes in my storage closet of a room. Not moving out over last summer meant I had a accumulated a lot of stuff, and every time I have to move out, a minimalist lifestyle always seems so appealing, especially right now. If all else doesn't work out, I'll buy a Tumbleweed House and try my luck in the mountains. 


Abigail said...

I just found your blog and am blown away by the talent! I really love your senior thesis work - amazing.

Andrew R. Wright said...

Life after school...sigh...nice

What is the series you plan to work on? Also, I now aspire to live in a tumbleweed house! I get cold chills looking at them...saweeet!

Andrew Olson said...

1) tumbleweed houses are for unibombers

2) awesome image

Eric Orchard said...

Great pictures! And I love the new look.

mclean said...

OOH, that first one is SEXY. I mean, there are color things going on that I've wanted to get to work in my own stuff, and just haven't quite stumbled onto yet.