Friday, February 1, 2013


#1216, 10" x 10", Ink and watercolor suspended in polyvinyl resin glue on wood panel.

It appears simple enough - minimal and austere, even. Yet it's taken years of testing and research just to get this tiny variety of successful black formulas - they've remained the most elusive.
I've always hoped to eventually produce an all-black piece like this because of its elegant graphic quality and the emphasis it places on pattern rather than color - a switch from my usual work where color dominates.
Though modest in scale and discrete in its allure, it is a key work and something of a milestone in my repertoire. And so far, unique.

As of this writing, this piece is available through The Red Arrow Gallery in Joshua Tree, CA.

Next post: The King's Court Strategy....

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