I Paint My Mind gets an exclusive peek into my world.
"When as much of the digital experience can feel like plucking our own eyeballs, as a curator it’s so much fun to get lost and find incredible art like that of North Carolina based artist, Brittani George.
Her illustrations coalesce elements with complimentary vibrations while depicting humanity in all its beauty. She casts a queen-like vibe upon her heroines, allowing them to command the space and presence they so rightly deserve."
Read more of the interview here!
This drawing is over four years old! Did this for a project under my research mentor investigating movement of patients with Parkinson's disease. But I mostly just love it for the realism.
During my time at NCSU Plants for Human Health Institute, I was led to create an illustrative description of Brassica plants, researched in my department.
Last Spring, I joined iSWOOP (Interpreters and Scientists Working on our Parks) to Bar Harbor, Maine where we investigated the scope of Acadia Park and the carriage roads built under John Rockefeller. My role was the technical illustrator, here are the final results!