Like the other pieces in the Projection series, this one was created with ink washes, watercolors, and graphite on paper. The photo was enhanced using Lightroom and Photoshop. The notion of “projection” indicates both the manifestation of an image and an invitation to the the viewer to offer her/his own interpretation.
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I think this is only one geography, but it is likely to be the first of a series, so it gets the plural. This is mostly acrylic ink on mixedmedia stock with some watercolor washes.
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One more in a series of pieces, where I’m experimenting with lines and elongated shapes. The aim is to avoid as many parallels and right angles as possible, while at the same time creating an image that hangs together.
This is another crop from the larger ink on watercolor painting I did two weeks ago. The first crop is called Vertical Parallel 1, so this is the second in a series of what will be three. This image is very wide, meaning it comes out very narrow in the format of this site; but if you click on it, you will see a larger version of it.
Ink and watercolor on mixmedia stock. In the last week or two, I’ve been adding color to my ink sketches. Sometimes, the color goes on first, so it doesn’t interfere with the ink and is basically a background element. But at other times, I add the color later and let it interact with the ink. In this case, I added the color first as the background.
Ink and watercolor on mixmedia stock. This is a crop from a larger piece where I think the composition broke down. But I was really happy with how certain parts of it turned out. This is one of those smaller parts.
I have been enjoying experimenting with straight lines in ink that, for the most part, do not intersect. I have tried it with both the solid white background of the paper and with color and like the color much more. In my view, it gives the piece more depth and additional interest.