You Traveled by Bike by Dylan DiCristofaro
You Traveled by Bike 2020 Graphite pencil and acrylic paint on wood panel 5 x 7 x 1 inches
Drawing of a scene impacted by weather disaster; includes a broken house, damaged creek, and old car.
Disaster Trilogy 2020 Graphite pencil on wood panel 6 x 12 x 1 inches
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Drawing of wooden house with fence and yard under the stars.
Under the Stars 2019 Graphite pencil on wood panel 4 x 4 x 1 inches
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Drawing of small stone house with a front porch and cloudy sky.
Untitled No.1 2019 Graphite pencil on wood panel 4 x 4 x 1 inches
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Drawing of wood and stone house on grassy field.
Untitled No.2 2019 Graphite pencil on wood panel 4 x 4 inches
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Drawing of a small barn with Texas flag painted on the roof.
On the Drive Home 2019 Graphite pencil on wood panel 4 x 4 inches
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Drawing of an abandoned wood barn accompanied by a plentiful landscape and chickens.
I Remember You, Fondly 2020 Graphite pencil on wood panel 9 x 12 x 1 inches
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Drawing of a rural country house surrounded by a lush landscape and cloudy sky.
The Grass Grows Out There 2019 Graphite pencil on wood panel 6 x 6 x 1 inches
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Drawing of isolated wooden barn on a cloudy day.
Untitled No.3 2019 Graphite pencil on wood panel 4 x 4 inches
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Drawing of a small church with a cross; surrounded by overgrown grass and trees.
Untitled No.4 2019 Graphite pencil on wood panel 4 x 4 inches
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Statement

My drawings revolve around the memories I have of home. I grew up driving on long country roads and would often pass unique houses or barns, many of which were often abandoned. These were structures I became used to seeing consistently across many small towns in Texas and they gave me a feeling of comfort as I would pass them. At eighteen I decided to move across the country for college, and suddenly these little places started to hold a greater place in my heart. My art became a safe space for me to deal with being so far away from home. On wood panels, I use graphite pencils to create buildings and landscapes that remind me of Texas. Although these dwellings are personal to me, it is my hope that people can find their own version of “home” within my drawings.

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