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Drawing: Digital, Ink on Canvas, Paper.
Does every word matter? Maybe, maybe not. Maybe words create a wall of sympathetic frequencies painting an invisible spectrum of color.
This is a hand-painted digital artwork utilizing new media with abstract fractals. I created this series of paintings in 2007 while I was working as a technical illustrator for patent attorneys. By day, my world was constrained by black and white utilitarian drafting obeying the laws of perspective and trigonometry, but by night, I could create my own world restrained only by my imagination. I started to explore the science of fractals but approached them from the abstract perspective. Utilizing three different software packages, suddenly I could explore the freedom of movement, outrageous colors, delicacy and energy. This series looks great on paper, as well as canvas.
Size: 36 W x 24 H x 0.5 in
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12 x 9 in ($40)
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