Saturday, June 9, 2012

Altering the Vibrancy of Foundational Baselines


  1. It's neat to see the difference in colors. I think the colored one really stands out more. You have a lot of great abstract art, have you ever thought of entering it in a studio or anything?

    1. Thanks Matt. Yeah, I really like the almost comic like style the colored one came out like. I don't know which I like better. it's another one of those situations where it's actually the same piece, yet the color definitely completely alters it's very fabric. I also love b & W sketches, so I really like how the knife made an initially hohum drawing into what you see here. i should've saved the drawing as I usually do, to show the pieces evolution, but I really didn't care for it, and wasn't planning on doing anything with it. But I was waiting for a phone call so to kill the time I started messing around with the knife and got most of what is seen in drawing one.

      I'd love to enter them in a studio or gallery, but I just don't know how I'd do that. They're all, well 90% of them anyhow, are in digital format only, and I've no idea how to transfer the digital to canvas, and as it is with almost all my abstract pieces, they're done so in the moment that I don't think i'd be able to reproduce them, as they'd most likely be something totally different. I actually did look up on google to see if there was a way to transfer the digital to canvas, as there are a couple pieces I'd love to put on a wall here, but I really didn't find anything. Perhaps I'll look some more.

      Thanks again for you encouragement. Really glad you enjoy what I've been doing here. Thanks

    2. Oh, I didn't even think about that. That makes sense though. I wonder if there's an online studio you could enter them into then.