Some Close Ups:

This was an small group show in TCNJ’s old art building, Holman Hall. Our senior thesis class were randomly placed into groups and had to create an exhibit either showing individual work together or creating a group piece. Seeing how three of us were photographers and I was the only non-photographer, we decided to explore the difference between photography and digital painting. So we placed one photo from each photographer next to my painting of their photo to see if anyone would be able to tell the difference with the enforced distance of the glass case. In some ways it was successful in fooling much of our class to assume they were both photographs, in other ways, it fails because they couldn’t tell the difference. However, I am proud enough to create convincing copies of photographs through digital painting and learned a lot about it in the process.

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