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Andrew Mullen

About This Project


2016

Bucerotidae


As I have grown as an artist, I also have learned exactly what lies beneath my work, and my purpose for creating. I want people to be excited. My goal is that someone looking at my art is just as involved in it as I am. The idea is that I want to give someone the same pure interest that I experienced as I was creating the work. If I wasn’t intrigued by the subject, if I wasn’t filled with excitement every time I thought about my artwork, then why should I expect someone else to feel excitement while the art’s creator couldn’t?

A theme within my prior work has been the incredible potential found within animals, envisioning how a species could change after human influence. This influence is usually a change directly impacting the environment in a way that normally would be viewed as negative.

I’m not interested in creating a gloomy scene of a near-apocalyptic world. I want to instead fill my viewers with a pure sense of wonder, the idea that there is something alive that holds this much potential.

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Senior Project