I have an exciting announcement. I will be taking part in a pop up gallery tonight! My good friend Haley selected the works that will be shown. They will be showing four of my paintings and four of my photos, based on a theme. Stay tuned for more details. In the meantime, I'd like to show you what I've been working on. Even though I've faced several limitations recently (allergies and no studio space), I must create. In my never ending quest to find a clean medium, I've been doing more digital work lately. Here are a few of my paintings which I have enhanced with digital processes.
This is actually a digital enhancement of my blotter pad. I'm always fascinated by the random patterns on my blotter.
I am having these printed on large canvases. I've always been fascinated by multi-media, multi-processing and meta-communication. Remember my post about photographing toys? A 2D image is rendered 3D by the miracle of plastic, then photographing it renders it back to 2D (see previous post here). It's the same sort of thing here. A canvas is processed digitally and then reprinted again. Meta art. I plan to push the boundaries of this art form. I like to experiment digitally to help me decide what art to hang over my sofa. I am also having some of my photos printed on large canvases.
This is one of my photos. I'd love to have it enlarged. I don't even mind if it loses resolution, in fact I think that would be kind of cool. I'm into imperfection and low tech.
Hmm. I always like the more minimal, simple paintings in my decor. They may be simple, but are not easy to execute. Here is one of my paintings from Sans Electric Chair series (see previous post here). It has been sold, but this photo makes me want to do another version of it.