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LITTORAL ZONE 1 Drawing

Terri Dilling

United States

Drawing, cyanotype on Paper

Size: 22 W x 15 H x 0.1 D in

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A littoral zone is an area that changes by the tides, sometimes being land land and sometimes being water. My work is inspired by phenomena of nature and science. Cyanotype is a process that creates a cyan blue print through UV exposure, and I enjoy working with sun and water to create the work. I tone and bleach the prints and incorporate multiple exposures to achieve complex layers and a variety of colors. I often incorporate drawing and painting on the surface as well, so they are truly mixed media.

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Drawing:cyanotype on Paper

Original:One-of-a-kind Artwork

Size:22 W x 15 H x 0.1 D in

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Terri Dilling is inspired by the natural world, creating abstract paintings and cyanotypes. See her COLLECTIONS for thematic groupings of work. She also accepts some commission work. "I am inspired by the beauty and complexity of the natural world, making reference to the landscape around me, and also an emotional landscape within. I am interested in using gestural marks and color relationships to express a mood or feeling. I want to create a calming visual space that also has elements of energy and contrast. For me, this is a way to find balance. The paintings are predominantly acrylic paint with additional drawing materials like charcoal and pigment crayon. As I paint intuitively, some elements get covered over while others are pulled forward, and the finished painting contains a rich, layered history. My artistic lineage comes from Abstract Expressionism, especially its focus on conveying emotion with bold, spontaneous marks. I also relate to the softness of Impressionism, with lyrical landscapes full of color and light. I combine these things through my own visual vocabulary to give the work a contemporary context, dealing with the duality of interior and exterior realms."

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