I am in the process, as I have mentioned a few times, of breaking out of the geometric mode that I was in and experimenting with collage, etc.
This is the newest of those pieces. After I came home yesterday and sorted through the 132 pictures that I shot (see last few posts), I dug through a pile of very old prints (last decade), and came up with an 10″x8″ macro of a tulip. That’s where it started.
(The “image” in the upper-left does not exist-it’s reflection. That area is fairly flat color.)
In this piece is also a print of a painting from the Art in Small Places series-making the statement that it’s done. And, I don’t see the unraveling process as negative, at all. It is still a continuum, and I can analyze it now with the knowledge of what came before and after. I will take from that and expand.
Posted on 02/11/2013, in art, photography and tagged abstract, art opening, artinsmallplaces, collage, Daryl-Ann Dartt Hurst, exercises, mixed medium, new art. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.