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12.2 | Art

Sophia Turturro

David Santillo

Aslan Hernandez

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David Santillo is a multimedia artist who primarily utilizes charcoal, ink, acrylic, and melted beads in his work. He is currently enrolled at SUNY Ulster as a fine arts major. He loves creating work that allows expression of himself in a way that he can share. Additionally, he loves creating work that contains recognizable and nostalgic subjects from franchises. Check out his work on Instagram, @nachdraws.

Aslan, previously known as Virginia, Hernandez, is a gender-fluid individual studying art and design at SUNY Westchester Community College. His work, particularly in charcoal portraiture, delves into diverse perspectives, aims to transcend conventional boundaries, and capture the nuanced complexities of identity. As a student and artist, Aslan aspires to contribute to an inclusive artistic space, where emotions and authenticity take center stage.

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