|Entrance to Triad|
|Alicia Blaze Hunscker |
I created a logo as a small part of my final project for the year long course for Adobe Suite
Associate Certification through Salem State University. I am pretty proud to have completed this course, where I became proficient in five Adobe programs Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, Dreamweaver, and Animate
I may or may not use this logo for my graphic design business but I do like it so I won't rule it out.
The triangle shape is symbolic of the A frame I live in here in W. Mass.
During the Covid times I have had to take a break from my art practice because art venues for shows are closed and workshops that I teach have been canceled. I thought I would make the best of this break to polish my skills. I will soon complete the Adobe Suite Associate Certificate program and have also taken some great Marketing and Branding classes. I have worked as a graphic designer in the past and I would like to reactivate my own freelance business to help other artists in the future. Below is a piece I designed for a job I recently completed for GCC. All these new classes and trainings have gotten my skill set up to date with the new technology. I hope I can share some of them with you soon. Until then I wish all of you good health and safety in these uncertain times. much love, Alicia
|Social Media Design|
|Poster and Entrance Sign Design|
My painting Thought Forms, which explored neural patterns, was published in the
Oxford Press' Sensation & Perception 6th edition.
acrylic and oil on paper mounted on cradle board
18.5” x 27.5” (sold)
Hunsicker’s ethereal, open ended paintings made
their first appearance in a
solo show at Hampden Gallery 10 years ago. In this new body of work,
aptly titled “shift”, the artist’s signature orbs and floral motifs have
have shifted from two to three dimensional.
involves gathering together materials that are headed to be discarded.
This body of work is comprised 80% or more of recycled materials.
Hunsicker repurposed these materials in unexpected ways -- all while
keeping notions of a lush edenic garden somewhere in the mix.
Of the shift
that has occurred in the works in the exhibition, Hunsicker writes,
“ By keeping my studio practice in line with my spiritual practice I trusted
that the resulting works would in some ways express my view of the world.”