Leo Warchol

“The Stories”

Graphite, Colored pencils

17 x 11 in

2019-2020

“The Room”Blender Render

22 x 17 in

February, 2020

 

"The Portrait”

Blender Render

8.5 x 11 in

October, 2019

“The Group”Digital

Painting

17 x 11 in

January, 2019

“The Building”

Blender Render

17 x 11 in

2019-2020

“The House”

Blender Render

8.5 x 11 in

April, 2020

“The Characters”

Pen on Paper

22 x 19 in

2019-2020

“The Food”

Digital painting, Graphite

11 x 8.5 in

December ,2019

 

“The City”

Graphite

22 x 19 in

2019-2020

“The Food”

Graphite

22 x 17 in

September, 2020

When I first started making images, I really wanted to excite the viewer, the same way I got excited at the thought of a potential image. I wanted to describe how much fun I was having in the making of work. It’s the same kind of fun you have at a party, walking into new rooms with new faces everywhere, new stories layered, that somehow all ended in one space.

 

The ‘Party’ is an intersection where multiple attitudes meet, and create a symphony of rhythmic identity. There is as much potential at a party for a good outcome as there is for the opposite. It is a point at which emotions can be prolonged or accelerated, miscommunicated or resolved.

 

A good party usually needs a big room and that room needs furniture and carpets. The walls need paintings and the tables need objects. This party needs a host and guests, and they all need names, shoes and invitations. They need unique senses of style and different tastes in music.They need items that they use often, and favorite types of food. They need habits and vices,emotions, and dreams. They need reasons to argue, to love and to misinterpret one another. They need jobs that they love and careers that they hate. They need tragedies and victories, and everything in between. Some need culture or religion, and some need nothing at all. They need places to live, in a town, a city or maybe in just one massive building, a place where they can live, eat, sleep and evolve.