Projection 7

Ink and watercolor washes plus some graphite pencil work on paper. As I have mentioned before, the process of creating these pieces is often driven by how the water, ink, and color react to each other. And the result is open to the interpretation of the viewer. Is it a map, a microscopic landscape of some sort, or something else?

See it with the other Projection pieces here.


Projection 6

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.

Canvas, paper, and metallic reproductions available at Fine Art America


Choreography of Feathers

One of the attractions of using these brush effects is that they portray a sense of movement and, if done the right way, the movement appears to be graceful and flowing. That is my intent, at least. Perhaps another way to look at images like this is to see something like the frames of a video. Each appears and stays in view and is not succeeded by the next frame. I also like it that one can also imagine dancers and feathers in this image. Hence the title.

Prints available here.