Ronald Harris

BFA, Drawing

Biography

I’m Ronald, an artist based in Rockford Illinois, that works with abstracting different forms from landscapes and shapes in order to create unique pieces. My ideas vary in design and composition depending entirely on what I’m trying to show to my audience. The absolute weirdness of everything goes hand and hand with influences in video game art, artists that change my way of thinking among different other types of media. Anything I see can, and will find some semblance within my art. This is usually through certain patterns or designs. I enjoy experimenting with paint using various means in order to create pieces that seem out of this world.

Recently, I’ve been into using pouring mediums along with acrylic paint to intermingle two very different medias into one beautiful artwork.

Latest Showing

Exploratory Landscapes of Science

The science landscape series follows my fascination with imaginary landscapes that are taken from the depths of my own mind. Each landscape goes hand and hand with video games that I started playing recently, some are more oriented to space exploration over anything else. I wanted the main point of these paintings to reflect on my emotional well-being which can be shown with whatever color I’m using as the background. Every color in the background revolves around using splashes of surprise colors that come out of nowhere. In order to get any of the pieces to look remotely interesting, I have to do some designs and add some flair to them.

I chose between either 16×20 or 22×30 depending on which size I wanted to go with. Every background uses pouring mediums that are overlaid by paint which really bleeds into the painting itself.

Drip Drop Collide, 2020
Acrylic Paint, 16″x20″

Hazy Lookout, 2020
Acrylic Paint, 16″x20″

Anxiety Filled Hilltop, 2020
Acrylic Paint, 16″x20″

Bloody Eyes, 2020
Acrylic Paint, 16″x20″

Bloody Spaceline, 2020
Acrylic Paint, 16″x20″

Ronald Harris

BFA, Drawing

Biography

I’m Ronald, an artist based in Rockford Illinois, that works with abstracting different forms from landscapes and shapes in order to create unique pieces. My ideas vary in design and composition depending entirely on what I’m trying to show to my audience. The absolute weirdness of everything goes hand and hand with influences in video game art, artists that change my way of thinking among different other types of media. Anything I see can, and will find some semblance within my art. This is usually through certain patterns or designs. I enjoy experimenting with paint using various means in order to create pieces that seem out of this world.

Recently, I’ve been into using pouring mediums along with acrylic paint to intermingle two very different medias into one beautiful artwork.

Latest Showing

Exploratory Landscapes of Science

The science landscape series follows my fascination with imaginary landscapes that are taken from the depths of my own mind. Each landscape goes hand and hand with video games that I started playing recently, some are more oriented to space exploration over anything else. I wanted the main point of these paintings to reflect on my emotional well-being which can be shown with whatever color I’m using as the background. Every color in the background revolves around using splashes of surprise colors that come out of nowhere. In order to get any of the pieces to look remotely interesting, I have to do some designs and add some flair to them.

I chose between either 16×20 or 22×30 depending on which size I wanted to go with. Every background uses pouring mediums that are overlaid by paint which really bleeds into the painting itself.

Drip Drop Collide, 2020
Acrylic Paint, 16″x20″

Hazy Lookout, 2020
Acrylic Paint, 16″x20″

Anxiety Filled Hilltop, 2020
Acrylic Paint, 16″x20″

Bloody Eyes, 2020
Acrylic Paint, 16″x20″

Bloody Spaceline, 2020
Acrylic Paint, 16″x20″

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