Fenced In
Fenced In  - Final draft

Fenced In - Final draft

Fenced In  -  First Draft Line-work

Fenced In - First Draft Line-work

Fenced In  - First Draft Color Blocking

Fenced In - First Draft Color Blocking

Fenced In  -  Second Draft Line-work

Fenced In - Second Draft Line-work

Fenced In  -  Second Draft Greyscale

Fenced In - Second Draft Greyscale

Fenced In  - Second Draft Color Blocking

Fenced In - Second Draft Color Blocking

Fenced In

This piece was created to reflect the current situation occurring in the Bahamas. Properties near and around beaches are being purchased by mega-corporations and real-estate companies. These projects often fence off public beach accesses. Beaches in the Bahamas are considered public parks, therefore, there must always be public access.

The initial draft conveyed a sense of loss and longing. Towards finalizing the color, I redrew the artwork. I chose to depict the boy scaling the fence as a positive message of defiance. Beaches belong to everyone.

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