Digital version of painting “Please, Some Green”

This digital version of the artwork shows the development and changes in the creative process of painting. During the painting process ideas and emphasis changes as does reactions and thoughts about shape and colour especially. Changes too in the colour are obvious with paint hue and tone compromises with the initial digital ¬†submission. It’s a process and one that develops and changes. It’s a good thing and something to value, accept change, accept creativity.

 

 

 

Digital artwork: Public Art proposal #1

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 Рjust  a little.

The colours are obviously bright, a definite change from my cooler, often more somber hues.

The digital art thing – post figurative

Digital drawing with iPadPro and Paper53 app

The ability for artists to see and develop ideas is imperative – beyond the usual and everyday. Creativity isn’t for the faint hearted.

In abstract works, people often like to “see” something represented. “It looks like a…” or “I can see a ….there in the painting”. While looking and thinking is good way to start looking at an artwork. Accepting the lines and shapes and colours as an arrangement is equally valid.

These works are made “after” a figure drawing. In a way, a remnant but also like a phoenix too – rising from erasing and working over part of the initial drawing. It references too, the cityscapes from earlier works. The style and overlapping flatness returns.

Can you see the figure? Can you see the city? Does it matter? What do you see?