I created this piece by laying down a thick layer of gesso in which I made patterns, textures, and various lines before it dried. Once it dried, I put down the pigment using thinned acrylics. The black ink strokes went on last while the acrylic layer was still a bit damp.
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I have been experimenting with color blending and smaller strokes lately. This piece turned out very much as a pattern, but color densities change from place to place. Still working on controlling that process to create more intentional effects. Acrylic on heavy stock paper.
This piece suggests the unknown: perhaps an inner space or another world. Watercolor washes and ink on mixmedia stock.
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Ink and watercolor on scuffed and scored gesso. The aim of this image was to create something of a third dimension to the colors and ink and how they interact on the surface.
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This is not a photo of ice, but the textures, cool colors and other effects give it an icy feel.
Ink and ink washes on a thick layer of gesso scored and scuffed.
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Layered acrylic washes and ink on watercolor paper. For this piece, I first put down some light acrylic washes and arcs using acrylic ink. On top of these, I then layered more opaque colors and a few splatters.
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