Piece description from the artist
Ridiculous is a perfectly normal state to be in, although not accepted by all as so.
What is more ridiculous than pollution causing fantastic sun sets? And why do chimneys and TV antennas continue to top rooftops in the archetypical mind's eye of what is considered "home" or "house" although seldom used due to cable and central heating?
I delight in painting what would seem ridiculous, through scenes, scapes, and architecture.
"It's all about STORY! Whether you tell it through line, color, texture, or animation—it always boils down to intent and story.
Jodi Chamberlain lives in Queens and loves it. She works both digitally and traditionally and will often times combine methods for the sake of image story.
Her favorite analog mediums are: gouache, ink, and collage. Her favorite softwares are: Photoshop, Maya, After Effects, and Substance Designer.
Jodi graduated from SVA in 2017 in the Computer Arts and VFX department.