This final week I interviewed Makaila Palmer in the Gatov East and West Gallery and her art was not the only one in the gallery because art from other students were also showed at the gallery and the art gallery was titled “Transference”. Makaila is a student here at CSULB and is majoring in Drawing and Painting and is from Laguna Beach. She mentioned that she is a super senior because she is in her 6th year. After graduating from CSULB she plans on opening her own studio so she can portray her art.
Makaila painted three paintings and named them Dawn, Day, and Dusk. She used an oil type of paint to do her artwork. She also used her favorite colors to draw her paintings. She said her paintings took three months to complete because the type of painting she wanted to compose consisted of 5 to 6 layers and she would have to make sure that the oil paint did not come off, she also said she spend at least 10 hours per week on her paintings.
Her message about her drawings was amazing and I am pretty sure everyone can relate. If you want to see more of her art work you can visit Makaila’ page: makailapalmer.com