These might look the same but they have totally different jumping off points. I was blindfolded for both jumps - it was very frustrating. Not only did I not know where I was going to land, I kept sharpening my finger in the pencil sharpener rather than the pencil.
Luckily I have HB index finger.
I kid you not :)
Hope everyone is well and just having better than fun and opening their eyes when they sharpen their pencils..
Thank you for looking.
Nov 10, 2018
Ah it's been so long I had to read the destructions!
Some beefcake - not my thing really, but I need to leave him here...
Happy Easter to all and Sundry :) I hope everyone is well and making wonderful art!
Here's a few details of my homage to Fra Angelico's (d.1455) work 'The Crucifixion' (1420), to help celebrate Easter.
Fra Angelico was one of the first artists to use linear perspective, but while I was studying his work I found his spatial constructions fairly compressed - so when I made this work I worked with a series of images constructed like collages to try and achieve that same compression.
This work is one of the works presently on the wall at the Hugo Ball show - at Maitland Regional Art Gallery, NSW Australia.
I'm having a show at Maitland Regional Art Gallery (NSW, Australia) soon. Opens Feb 3rd 2018 and goes to April 29th. It's a show of digital homages to famous and less famous painters. This is the Helmeted Bird out of one of Bosch's works - The Garden of Earthly Delights. He appears in my homage to another work by Bosch - Removing the Stone of Madness.