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Student Profiles

Clark Ocampo

PSGNA


ARTIST BIO

Clark Ocampo (b. 1997) is a representational artist based in Seattle, WA who is inspired by the works of the Old Masters.

Just before March of 2015, Clark was unsure of which career path to take. After much contemplation, he decided to "try" art and see where that could lead him. "After all," he says, "It has always been a hobby for me."

He took his first ever art class in the Spring of 2015 at Highline College in Des Moines, WA under Art Professor Tracy Carrera. While studying there, Clark realized that there was so much more to art. There is beauty in line, value, color, and composition, and through the hands and eyes of a skilled draftsman grand truths can be revealed; reminiscent of the old masters. His exposure to these basics kindled his passion for the arts.

In the Fall of 2015, Clark was accepted into the full-time comprehensive classical program at Georgetown Atelier in Seattle, WA. He is currently studying under distinguished Director and Founder of the Georgetown Atelier, Tenaya Sims.

Clark is the 1st-place winner of the 2016 Seattle Co-Arts Scholarship Award. He is also a scholarship recipient of the Puget Sound Group of Northwest Artists, and was chosen, as one of the youngest recipients, of the John F. and Anna Lee Stacey Scholarship as well as the Art Renewal Center (ARC) Scholarship. 

Jeremias Lentini

Sadie Sullivan

Autumn Rains 1, Lifesize, Ceramic, encaustic wax, found objects

Autumn Rains 1, Lifesize, Ceramic, encaustic wax, found objects

The News, lifesize, ceramic and found objects

The News, lifesize, ceramic and found objects

Plantation, lifesize, Ceramic, encausti

Plantation, lifesize, Ceramic, encausti


ARTIST BIO

Moved by the passion of monster-making, I decided, at the age of 16, that doing special effects was going to be my way of living. I became obsessed with creatures, characters, anatomy, mold-making, and make-up effects.
Since I was a kid I created character make-up for theatre in my hometown in Argentina. I worked on my first movie when I was 17 and Iíve participated in many artistic projects and events. When I finished high-school, I moved to Buenos Aires and I started a career in Special Effects. After, I continued learning new skills and honing my craft at several different companies and taking courses.
I focus my academic education in character design through sculpture and make-up effects.
Today I live in Seattle, where I work as a comercial artist and study figurative sculpture with Michael Magrath at Gage Academy of Art.


WEBSITE

www. jeremiaslentini.com


Emma Curtis

Sadie Sullivan


ARTIST BIO

Currently living in Seattle, I am a native to Washington. I studied at Hillsdale College, in Hillsdale Michigan, where I received my BA in Fine Art with a concentration in oil painting. After graduation, I launched into the full-time program at Georgetown Atelier where I am in my third and final year, studying drawing and oil painting in the classical realist tradition.

At this stage in my artistic career, I am working on building a solid foundation of technical skills. I view this time of intensive study in the academic tradition as an indispensable means to an end—the ability and knowledge necessary to create significant works of art. I have learned through my studies that creativity lies in the accurate portrayal of the reality of the natural world, and that it will come unsought when creating works, to the best of my ability, with this as my intent. In all my work, whether it is a short study or a fully developed piece, I try to keep this idea constantly in mind. I strive to capture as truthful a representation as I can by working out problems through careful, methodical observation. I want to be constantly ordering my life toward something greater, and I believe that creating skillfully made, meaningful, beautiful art is a way of doing so.


Riley Doyle

Sadie Sullivan

Skye
Erika Toned Paper

ARTIST BIO

There is an unnecessary and irrational adoration for concept in today’s art. Our conception of the world around us is full of empty constructs created by the mind, and even if subjectivity is escaped and progress is made toward a more universal idea, it is still temporary. If all of our reality is built from empty constructs, then there is no difference between truth and untruth.

I try to reach a state of indifference with my work in order for the viewer to generate a genuine reaction that comes from a neutral origin. I seek to embrace reality, not escape it or change it. I understand that the viewer is just as important as the artist, and so I leave my work as empty as possible so the viewer can fill it in and complete it. I claim no responsibility over the viewer’s experience of the piece, as no one can and I appreciate the freedom that gives the artist, the viewer, and the artwork.



Sadie Sullivan

Sadie Sullivan

Galileo's Mind, Pen & Ink on Watercolor

Galileo's Mind, Pen & Ink on Watercolor

Anatomy Collection, Pen & Ink on Watercolor

Anatomy Collection, Pen & Ink on Watercolor

Tapestry, Variety of Yarn

Tapestry, Variety of Yarn


ARTIST BIO

I was born and raised in the heart of Seattle and moved to Sammamish in 2006 to be closer to my family. After graduating high school I moved to Bellingham to attend Western Washington University. Two years ago I was accepted into the Western Art Program. I plan on graduating in the future with a major in Studio Art and a minor in English and Art History. Last fall I had the pleasure to attend Florence University of the Arts in Florence, Italy where I took art classes taught by Italian artists.

Throughout the past years in the art program I have learned so much about what it takes to be an artist. I found that I have developed a stronger drive for what I do in the art community. My focus in art is medical illustration, textile design, fibers & fabrics, and photography. In the future I plan to attend a graduate program to earn my MFA.

For the past two years I have been working as the PSGNA’s Intern, which has allowed me to meet inspiring artists and work with an amazing art community. Through my experiences I hope to become an inspiring artist who has had the chance to journey the world and live adventurously.


WEBSITE

http://sadiefrancis.weebly.com/


Amethyst Tagney

Sadie Sullivan


ARTIST BIO

My artwork tends to lean towards the more bizarre than everyday. I try to take normal situations and flip them on their heads by inserting different things you would not necessarily assume would be there, such as Bigfoot getting a pedicure at a nail salon. With that being said, my pieces are lighthearted in nature and usually have a humorous underlying theme. Style wise, my art is more aligned with cartoons and is rendered in both traditional and digital formats. When it comes to my art making process, it first starts with catching one of the millions of ideas that are running around in my head. Then I will do a few sketches of that idea, pick the one that I like best, and elaborate more on it during its final composition. All my pieces start off as a pencil line drawing and will either be inked and colored with another traditional medium or scanned into my computer to be digitally executed.