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Sumi ink drawn with big smashed stick over composted apple and dirt print.Just messing around while it’s still nice weather outside. 32 × 40″ Arches cover stock.
enjoy making direct work from natural materials in my prairie and wildlife sanctuary.i am a very restless person and I work in many different ways with a variety of media.
One cannot collect all the beautiful shells on the beach. One can collect only a few, and they are more beautiful if they are few.Anne Marrow Lindbergh
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Your work really draws a body inside the piece.. the layers and the ‘smashed stick’ tech..is well past amazing!
Thank you so kindly. Oh love that great photo of you by the way. x.
– evon ski
Wooo my this is really amazing – love this xx
Hey RR your comment made me smile. Thanks!
Intrigueing and compelling, a great work!
Thank you! :))!
This is my own interpretation: you can feel them pulsing, they seem to come alive, very metaphysical and enigma….the quality of color and light are superb! :))
I appreciate your feedback. Thank you! :))
I love the vibrance and the sense of energy you’ve created. I can’t imagine how you did this with that medium. Amazing!
Comes under the heading “Art Experiments”. I usually find pieces of nature that call me. That big stick was one of them. Thanks Will!
Thank you :)
beautiful work- can lead one to many different views- see it as looking into water or a deep pool from above- and the opposite being under water and looking to the surface- great work-
Yeah it does evoke water. Thanks for the added perspective Fred (Nice to meet you.)
You are so so good at these organic energized pieces.
The tangle of life right here…
It also strikes me as sperm swimming through a fertile field. Love that “tangle of life” line! Thanks for checking this out.
ohhhh i loveeee this .. very abstract and beautiful
Thanks Hon! I’m glad you like it. :)