In Audra’s most recent work, pieces start as photos—interesting patterns and shapes or contrasts between natural and manmade elements. She uses photo and illustration software to simplify, rework, and remove details. This enhances the essence of the place or thing, and gives the viewer room to fill in missing details with their own interpretations.
Audra’s first experience connecting art with the world around her was as a child, painting en plein air with her art teacher. In high school she was encouraged to pursue a creative career. After graduating from the BFA program at the Corcoran College of Art in Washington, DC she has built a successful career as a creative professional.
“Aligning my skills has shifted my relationship with my art, providing a level of fulfillment that was missing from my previous work and a platform to share my creativity.”