Overview of Visual Image Arts
The prime definition of Visual Image Arts are the art of forms that focus on the creation of works which are primarily visual in nature, such as drawing, painting, and photography. Those that involve three-dimensional objects, such as sculpture and architecture, are called plastic arts. Many artistic disciplines (performing arts, language arts, textile arts, and culinary arts) involve aspects of the visual arts as well as other types, so these definitions are not strict. Visual Image Arts was design and created in 1992 after graduating from high school, entering into college with a mind that I was going to become what I desire most, being an artist. After many years, I have bring together a site that will describe my work and make a good presentation of where I have been and where I am going to be in the future. My mind is very determined and I know the possibilities are endless, great example NAACP, after accomplishing such excitement to be presented with two gold medals, two plaque and scholarship endorsement I knew I was going to go far places, that's my determination, because I believe nothing is impossible when you put your heart into it.
 
What I Do and How I Create It
In my drawing is a means of making an image not just any image, but something that would stand out among the rest. From using any of a wide variety of tools and techniques, it generally involves making marks on a surface by applying pressure from a Berol RapiDesign and Pental pencil, by moving across the surface in a unique way to bring what I call image arts from my thoughts to the paper. The tools I use are graphite pencils, Berol RapiDesign and pental pencil and ebony pencil, inked pens, color pencils, charcoals, and pastels. I would go from medium, soft to hard in Berol RapiDesign and pental pencil which simulate the effects of illustrations. My main techniques used in my drawings, I would start of with sketched line drawing, then hatching across the paper going from dark soft to light which gives me the shadings in my drawings. After a completed work, I would use acrylic spray to protect the drawing from smudging, spraying at a 7inches away from the drawing then lift drawing for drying. My drawing usually takes me three days of complete concentration.
 
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Corporate Location: Germantown, MD, USA
Origin Origination: Calibishie Village, The Commonwealth of Dominica