OWAA Bodie McDowell Scholarship Application
EXAMPLES OF WORK
Thick skin, rough edges, and a whole lot of grit.
That’s what it takes to live in the desert. The cactuses know it and so do the lizards that retreat in the shade beneath their limbs. The scorpions know it too, and so do the rattlesnakes and the hardened cowboy-types rolling in and out of wind-worn town that pepper the unforgiving landscape of the American Southwest.
A selection of my favorite illustrations and journal entries inspired by the world outside.
WARNING: IMAGES INCLUDE SOME GRAPHIC CONTENT. VIEWER DISCRETION ADVISED.
Sherman’s garage workshop smells like blood, stale flesh and chemicals. Dozens of glass eyes watch me walk in.