Odysseus Tied To The Mast, Series 22 #21 Drawing by Heather Goodwind

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The tied form was scratched into the surface of the paper, then stained with color, producing a textured effect.
All works on paper are signed, numbered, and dated on the reverse, in addition to being signed with my initials on the front of the work.
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Odysseus Tied To The Mast, Series 22 #21

Heather Goodwind

United States

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Size: 24 W x 18 H x 0.1 in

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Drawing: Ink, Acrylic, Graphite, Pencil, Scratching on Paper.

Series 22 #21
Ulysses
18 x 24 in
2017
Ink, Graphite, Acrylic, Scratching

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All works in Series 22 incorporate a mix of high quality traditional media, including sumi ink, pigment-based india inks, acrylic and watercolor paints, and graphite on 300 gsm Rives BFK printmaking paper that is 100% cotton and acid-free.

This work ships flat. The work is placed between sheets of acid-free glassine on a piece of foam board, put in a resealable polypropylene sleeve, wrapped with bubble wrap, nested between two pieces of foam board and/or corrugated cardboard shipping inserts, and placed in a cardboard box.

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My works represent a constant outpouring of singular impressions: clearly isolated images that capture flashes of emotion, changes in perception, or moments of recognition. I give fleeting thoughts as much consideration as monumental ideas: nothing is more important than anything else and every small thing has its place.

My process is modeled after the methods of improvisational theater. I make a first mark, then ask myself, “if this is true, what else is true?” I repeat this process with the addition of each new element, using personal experience to shape the final image.

Each image represents an isolated narrative, yet all the images together tell a larger story. My accountability for the truth and permanence of this story is an important part of my identity as an artist. This is why I make all my works in sequential series, and never destroy or hide any of them.


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