Art Portfolio

Art, charity work, writing, kinetic puzzles and martial arts are my outlets.

The galleries below include some of the work I do: a quirky line up of tattoo style artwork and a collection of graphite and charcoal studies and illustrations.

Your comments and feedback so far mean a lot to me. The WordPress community is so supportive, please leave a link to your respective portfolios too.

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15 thoughts on “Art Portfolio

  1. I enjoy how the complexities of life you -see- in your head, then commit to paper. I also hear it in compositions, from Marcelo Zarvos (non-score works) to Dave Matthews. Personally, I have to disentangle the Gordian Knot and write on my findings.

    • Analysis is more enjoyable to me if approached with outside-the-box thinking… within a small time interval. Everything can change overnight, even my opinions sometimes. My way to conquering life is to diversify, observe and gamble my thoughts on others, see what happens. I then sometimes get nice surprises like your comment which sadly got buried under some other rubble.

  2. I would not describe them as doodles since the word somehow transpires an infantile connotation. These are very beautiful art work and of a considerable value and that makes you an artist.

    • You are absolutely right. I am making time and beefing up a portfolio and what better way than to give this page a new name: “Portfolio”. More items will be coming up soon.
      Thanks for this great comment.


  3. Pingback: A Doodle. « Alejandra M. A. Vergara

  4. These are wonderful–I especially like the way the doodles morph into animals and faces (or is it the other way around?). I’ll be back to see what you add.

    • Thanks (‘ ^-^)! There is a bit of everything on this mini-portfolio page and the morphing in the doodles is intended.
      By themselves, they lack depth yet in context they come to life a lot better. Next batch of uploads will defo have context… except for the impacting ones which speak volumes by themselves.


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