By creating paintings, which challenge assumptions concerning depth and space, in conjunction with harking to aesthetics associated with the notion of cuteness, Bryley explores the following:
• How is one to challenge perceptual processes, to deceive the eye?
• What is cuteness?
• What are the hierarchal similarities between cuteness and works of the optical art genre?
• And lastly, how are these topics relevant to her [Bryley's] childhood experience?
What my time at KCAD meant to me
In Fall of 2020 I obtained an MFA in Painting at Kendall College of Art and Design. During my graduate career, I've addressed my interests in the intersection of fine art and technology. Subsequently, I've expanded upon my skills in programs such as Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, and Premier, as well as Final Cut Pro.