Hi, my name is Randall. Nice to meet you!
I am from and currently reside in Wilkesboro, North Carolina, just at the foot of the Appalachian Mountains. I have a BFA in Studio Art from Appalachian State University. By day I am a Graphic Designer, by night I'm just a creator.
Photography and digital manipulation are my natural weapons of choice, but I really enjoy trying to find way to weave together traditional methods and mediums with my digital arts. While you can say I mostly work with photography and painting (or various combinations of the two) I am willing to experiment with any medium. I have worked in almost everything, so almost anything is fair game with my work.
For a more official sounding bio, enjoy:
Randall Dameron’s work explores the interconnectedness of his subjects both conceptually and technically. Having grown up fluent with photography and digital design software, Randall began his study through works that explored how modern technologies and processes can interact with traditional mediums, such as painting and drawing. His current work is a study of the various threads that continue to weave the past and present together.
Randall’s work has been exhibited at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, UNC-Charlotte and his Alma Mater Appalachian State. His latest exhibition will be as part of the Spring Medley at the Wilkes Art Gallery. His art has been published as cover art for a local author as well as incorporated in the album artwork for Imogen Heap’s Grammy winning 2009 album ‘Ellipse’. In 2017 he was a recipient of the Regional Artist Project of NW North Carolina Grant, helping to fund an in-house printer
Randall was born July 1988 and lives in Wilkesboro, North Carolina. He received his Bachelor of Fine Arts in Studio Art at Appalachian State University, concentrating in painting and photography.