This selection of drawings represents the journey and evolution of artist Cameron Chuns' figurative drawing style, from academic traditions to his current interpretation of the contemporary figure. All drawings are studies from life and are presented in chronological order from 1999 through 2009.
Cameron began his formal art training at Art Center College of Design in Pasadena, California, graduating with a BFA 1993. In 2001 he attained a MFA in figurative painting from New York Academy of Art.
To view additional examples of his work, please visit his website www.pthaloblue.com or his blog cameronchun.blogspot.com.
Cameron Chun’s focus as an artist revolves around painting and drawing the human figure and painting landscapes, which has become an important interest and pursuit over the last several years. He is intrigued by how color and light fall on a form and is continuously challenged by its fleeting nature when painting from life. He finds it a worthy pursuit. Cameron is currently a part-time lecturer in the Animation/Illustration department of San Jose State University. Prior to teaching, he was a digital artist in the video game industry, contributing to notable game titles for consoles and PC. He attained a BFA from Art Center College of Design and an MFA from New York Academy of Art.