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“My mother is a painter, so I certainly grew up around visual arts, and as I got older that turned into my own exploration into graphic design and street art,” says University School of Nashville alum Adrien Saporiti. But, he credits Mr. Williams and his 9th grade Digital Graphics class as “the extent of my formal training.”
Impulse and necessity drive his creative process. “My work generally falls into some form of abstract expressionism, drawing from my backgrounds in graphic design and street art. Therefore, my work is less about an explicit statement and more about connecting through emotion.”
Adrien’s minimal, high impact pieces are created through two primary processes. “I either fully conceive of and design a piece before physically producing it, or I completely improvise and react through instinct while painting. With both I tend to work intensely, with an 18 hour day not being out of the question.”
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