Frances Huang

I started out drawing for fun as little kids do. I read western comics, watched cartoons and anime, and visited the library often with my brother. As a result, I was heavily influenced by the stories and visuals I took in. They were also probably a little mature for my age, but that also likely played a role in my fascination and curiosity for consuming artistic works.

My influences are numerous and far too many to pinpoint precisely what has brought me to this point. Though, I have learned through exploration and experimentation what I prefer as an artist. As for mediums, like many, I gravitate towards the simplicity of graphite and ink, which can clearly present my ideas to others.

My future plans… For the foreseeable future, I will be attending an art college, most likely in California. There, I hope to improve on my work ethic and time management for creative works. Meanwhile, building friendships and acquaintanceships within a creative community and industry will also be beneficial.
In five years, I would have a degree and be working, though I may pursue graduate school as well. By then, I would hope to have improved even more in artistic techniques, building my portfolio and helping me find employment.
In general, learning, exploring, and experimenting with art will always be a priority for me. Certain obstacles may impede me for some aspirations, but my dedication to art will stay.

My advice for my younger OCSA Classmates-
If you’re a new OCSA student, don’t block the stairs, and if your item is stuck in the vending machine, you can get a refund. Also, make sure to try your best. Four years go by surprisingly quickly, so be sure to not only pay attention in classes and get good grades but also to self-reflect and figure out your relationship with others. Understand your own motivations and feelings so that you may better understand others as well.

11th, 12th Show Invite

Project Gallery

Stand Still
Stand Still
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Sanguine
Sanguine
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Dragons
Dragons
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Returning Favorites
Returning Favorites
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