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Sculpture: Ink, Plastic, Enamel, Acrylic on Wood.
This artwork is part of the series "Drawings in 3 Dimensions." Begun during a three-year stint in Japan, the series is the outgrowth of an ongoing sketch journal. Each sculpture is based on a drawing which is, itself, based on a few abstract black marks made on a white page. Like solving puzzles, I translate the initial marks into a visual law which governs the completion of the drawing. The finished sketch is then broken apart and reconstructed as a three-dimensional object. Using a combination of ink, acrylic and enamel, I add details to hand-shaped pieces of thermoplastic and affix them to birch panels with brass hardware and adhesives.The resulting works, which only inspire names upon completion, often seem like two-dimensional sketches when viewed frontally, but always reveal more dimensionality when considered from other perspectives. More about this series can be found at nataleadgnot.com/drawingsin3d.
Artist featured by Saatchi Art in a collection
Handpicked to show at The Other Art Fair presented by Saatchi Art in Brooklyn