multiplying y – the next night

IMG_5722 IMG_5723 IMG_5724 IMG_5725 IMG_5726 IMG_5727So I started multiplying y. Drawing the net pattern on the larger glass panes allows the rhythm of the pattern to emerge. I started with white on one side of the acrylic sheet and drew a loose knit-like pattern. Then I layered black organic lace-work on top. I drew about five hours, then I called it a night. But not before playing a bit with my new building block system of drawings, creating deep, three-dimensional images by arranging and rearranging different elements in front of a big mirror. You can see that the combination of smaller drawings getting “caught” in the net-pattern of the larger pane really works well. I have to finish the larger drawing, I think it will be another two to three nights. After that I want to try a wilder, more impulsive web of lines on a large sheet. What if …

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