I have to  do a midterm about tesselation which includes a reading. I loath the class but the cool part is that I just realized tesselation is a large part of my free form synthesist drawings. I've never taken much of an interest in MC Esher but the patterns he found inspiring translate to my own view. Ever since I was a child and still now I see small forms and shapes created by my perception of texture on surfaces. From ugly walls and floors to the Rockefeller collection in the plaza I am obsessed with transmutated objects.

A lot of my drawings have remained dormant in my sketchbooks. Maybe this whole time I should have been printing these lines. I want to transfer these images to silk screens and steel plates soon. I've been waiting too long and need to explore these options farther. It may also turn out to be my most marketable productions. I'm just flustered I'm coming to this discovery so late.
 
Lately I've felt so disconnected fro all the work I've done at Alfred for the past 2 years. Since taking neon and video I have had no time to focus on photo or print. I can't do sculpture here so I'm pissed about that. I just have so many interests I'll never take all the classes I want to take here.
I still haven't got excited about neon because I haven't made anything yet thought I'm going to start soon. Education minor has been a real downer...I hate my 405 class and don't feel connected enough to my observation work. Now I wish I hadn't done this minor because I could take art electives instead.
The bright side is that video is fun and I'm increasingly more interested in it. I just feel twisted inside about my progress now. I hate these restrictions.