Tuesday, December 13, 2011

Tues, Dec. 13, 2011

10" x 14" I'm hoping that this one retains its distinct shapes. It seems rather regal and powerful. Again, not even an inkling of a title at this time.
 A bit of gold glitter is suggesting that this be incorporated but, so far, I've resisted the actual implementation!
Also, I want to start adding 3-dimensional items (like acorns or olive pits), painted over, so that there is a bit of depth. But that won't happen on this particular piece. I like its flat visual power and don't want to interrupt  that flow.

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  1. interesting. i agree that this piece has a 'regal' feel to it, like a family crest ...

    thank you for sharing your artwork and also for stopping by my website to leave your kind and supportive comment for my art student, triston.

  2. Yes, Regal & i see a beak .. plumage as well a fish tail..like addressing flight under-worldly depths with a foot ready for landing & then an amoeba afloat with that signature as if an approach to ancient language that follows a word ..gee Mann you really get the symbolism going. It's great. I think you should be exhibiting many of these pieces..Or maybe the act of doing this creates the wonder.. Um, i also wonder of your collection of shark teeth bearing any inner dialogue. It seems like you have access to past centuries of some sort. Cool.