Posts Tagged ‘grayzone’

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oil paint on canvas, 200 x 200 cms; five subsequent stages, February – April 2017

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170227; graphite pencil on paper, 21×28 cms

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170225; graphite pencil on paper, 21×28 cms

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170220; graphite pencil on paper, 28×21 cms

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160728, graphite pencil on paper, 28 x 21 cms

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Waiting for spring temperatures, I relocated from my studio to the graphic department at the Royal Institute of Art; a detour, but a productive one. In painting, I have been blending red, yellow and blue to achieve neutral gray shades. Now, using lithography, I print overlapping fields of  the same primary colours in various sequences. The resulting hues are all but neutral, and (more interesting) they turn out very different according to the order in which they’re printed.

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red and blue on yellow; litho print on paper

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yellow and blue on red; litho print on paper

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red and yellow on blue; litho print on paper

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150903bTwo grayscale drawings; graphite on paper, c. 22 x 28 cms.

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