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Portfolio

Application to Central Saint Martins and London College of Fashion
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Trisha Rao

on 18 July 2014

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Trisha Rao
Elephants of India
Elephants are beautiful creates, one of many animals I adore.

This piece was inspired by my birth place Kerala. The land of Elephants and coconut trees.


Roller Blind of a Bakery
Close up of Elephant
Acrylic on Paper

Pink, Magenta, Brown, Red, White, Grey.



IGCSE artwork
grade: A*






Created in the year 2009
Creative Weaving
I began weaving at a very young age. The inspiration derived from knitting we learned at school.




I began weaving at a very young age. The inspiration derived from knitting we learned at school.


In the image you can see me carrying the woolen bag where I have used Yellow, Red, Green and Lavender Wool.
Orphan Children Carol Singing
Water Color on Paper

Cobalt Blue Hue, Titanium White, Burnt Sienna, Black, Yellow Ocher, Crimson Lake and Prussian Blue
Still Life
As you can see I have limited knowledge in sketching and still life. But I have attempted to try it because I would be interested to learn more about this area of art.

Created in the year 2010
Flowers in her Balcony
Water Color on Paper


I enjoy painting nature especially with bright colors.




Created in the year 2006
Communication
IGCSE artwork
grade: A*

The communication between a child and God is very touching and innocent. This is the purest transmission to the higher power.



Created in the year 2009
Dolphin Plaster of Paris
Visual Arts
BODY OF WORK
This artwork is an appropriation of Jeremy Ramsey's Mountain Picnic and Mural For Singapore Art Fair (2006)
Design and Technology Sustainable Light
I poured Resin on the top of the canvases to brighten the colors and to give a glossy look to the piece. This is the finished 8 canvased painting below.
The Making
Me working with machinery and tools in the Design and Technology Workshop


Transparent Acrylic, Wax, Pine Wood, Ikea Glass Bowls, Ikea Vase, Scented Candles, etc
Measurements and Notes
A Colorful Friendship
Progression
Acrylic on Canvas


Florescent Orange, Lemon Yellow, Titanium White, Black, Black, Viridian Green, Crimson Lake, Scarlet Lake, Burnt Sienna, Cobalt Blue Hue and Permanent Yellow Deep.
Close up on 'A Colorful Friendship'
Graduation Dress
This is the dress that i designed for my Valedictory Dinner. I wanted to stand out and be unique so i decided to go all out and wear something completely different. I did not make it myself but however designed the cuts and chose the material.

Model - Myself
Back of Dress
While the front of this gold sequence dress is conservative and classy, the dress does have an open low back that is very stylish and unique.
Recreation of "Elephants of India"


Acrylic on Canvas

Black, Titanium White and Antique Bronze
The detail of the elephant is the significant in this painting. When looked from afar the composition and patterns come together to form the image.

The idea of the images of the bread, gingerbread man and the cake suggested that it is a bakery store. The use of the light pink gives the roller blind a very happy and welcoming feel.

To give texture on the wall of the house, I wet the paper and sprinkled salt for the effect.
Plastic colored stones and plaster of Paris. You can see the shape of the dolphin with the blue stones. And I have used orange and green to brighten up the piece even further.


Acrylic on Canvas along with poured on Resin

Black, Viridian Green, Prussian Blue, Titanium White, Crimson Lake, Scarlet Lake, Burnt Sienna, Lemon Yellow, Cobalt Blue Hue and Permanent Yellow Deep.
Created in the year 2013
Collaboration Artwork :
Trisha Rao & Sarah O' Brien.


Sarah is one of my best friends. It was devastating to have to say goodbye to each other before I left Singapore so we created this artwork to commemorate our friendship.
Created in the year 2013
"An elephant never forgets".
PORTFOLIO
Acrylic on Canvas

Black, Viridian Green, Prussian Blue, Titanium White, Crimson Lake, Burnt Sienna, Lemon Yellow, Cobalt Snap Green, Blue Hue and Permanent Yellow Deep.
A Brighter Path
Inspired by Jeremy Ramsey's painting :
Mountain Picnic (2001) Water Color on Paper
105 x 130 cm
Created in the year 2012
'Whispers in the wind bring me safely home to you'
'Whispers in the wind bring me safely home to you'
'Whispers in the wind bring me safely home to you'
BODY OF WORK - Progress
BODY OF WORK - Progress
Elephants of India
Close up of Elephants of India
Created in the year 2013
Acrylic on Canvas

Black, Titanium White and Antique Bronze
Roller Blind of a Bakery
Communication
Woolen Bag
A Colorful Friendship
Created in the year 2012
DESIGN AND TECHNOLOGY Sustainable Light
The Making
Designed in 2012
Acrylic on Canvas

Titanium White, Prussian Blue, Crimson Lake, Burnt Sienna & Viridian Hue
Created in the year 2013
Tress are significant to me. They represent strength, life and stability. Some of the trees on this painting are real, giving the artwork dimensions and adding to its depth.
Magnetic Tress
LOST
(This is a creative writing piece i did. A story about a little girl in a market place in Rajasthan, India.)
Model - Myself
Choreographed Dance
There are two links of videos I have choreographed below:

Indian Dance 2011
Middle Eastern Dance 2012
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