Today starts the public display of my work chosen by the Lane Cove Council – follow my journey through my twitter moment
Titled “This Space we Have” 2017, this digital artwork has been submitted for a public art project. An aspect of the brief related to light and whimsical. The title refers to both a public space we have through the art project but also, references to suggestions of space within the artwork itself.
The geometric lines and abstraction allows viewers to perceive parts of things that may refer to aspects of the real but also from imagined or memory. The sense of fun through colour and design could be more prevalent in architecture. Forego the sense of seriousness for just a little and let that creative and freedom loose – just a little.
The colours are obviously bright, a definite change from my cooler, often more somber hues.
The latest (THIS WEEK!) instalment of my workings with structures and abstraction. The variations of space and layering continues to provide visual interest as well as inspirations for an imagined connection of ideas and lines, shape and colour
Have trouble imagining what my work will look like on your wall? Or the best place to position my pieces in your own place?
This app iArtView allows you to “see before you buy”.
Being a digital work, size is variable and can be accommodated to fir a large or smaller space. The featured piece is my latest addition to the After the Figure series. Check my contact page for details and pricing
The subtle colours of Autumn, the geometric and organic play of shape and line provides the context for the latest work.
The questioning of still-life vs abstraction..can it be both? How is each term defined and which “sits” more comfortably with the audience.
The above artwork was completed on the iPadPro using the Paper53 app and the Apple Pencil. It is hard to describe the techniques and effects available through the pencil. Making it work for me as an artist has been a 6 month time of experimentation and constant recharging. As with any media, making it work for you is the ultimate challenge. I feel its working.
Sketching digitally definitely has some pros and cons. The pencil tool in Paper53 using the Apple pencil creates such a likeness (above) so that it is difficult to tell the type of media.
In the above work, the pen and fine liner tool are also used for details and finer work. This allows for example for cross hatching and line work to feature in certain areas.
In other areas, shading with the digital pencil allows a softer and more subtlety in tone. The sketching still is worked and reworked similar to a drawing on paper.
What do you think?