Work B) I render hi-definition images with an innovative new painting technique fit for the technological digital era. The result is abstract forms that are more organic than geometric, more curvy than linear. Their personalities flow from the shapes.
Conceptually, my work relies heavily on the evolution of the image through my mark‐making process. One concept that weighs into my work is the German idea of Gestalt - the concept for how the mind uses perception to form a global-whole with self‐organizing tendencies.
Because I draw and paint primarily from observation, my work is the accumulation of thousands of moments of looking with layers of multiple visual insights. Forms in cavernous studio spaces and on walls come into sharp focus and dissolve into ethereal impressions. The final product serves as a physical record of my visual experience and organization.
My most exciting times in my Des Moines studio come when I discover how to make a new mark or surface effect. I am a scientist, always tinkering and experimenting with unique ways to push my medium. When I find new ways to use materials, as I have today, I feel I’m adding to a conversation that began thousands of years ago.
I would like to thank my sponsors and patrons for their generous support of my work.
10/16/2018 12:14:00 pm
Your new works are very remarkable! I really love the Work A because, aside from being a fan of abstract arts, I also love the representation of the drawing. I have always wanted to draw using graphics software, but I am still not knowledgeable about the process of doing it. I really like how it translates the complex spatial relationships between people, places and other things. I think it translates very well, and I can feel it as I look at the art.
10/25/2018 01:01:22 pm
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