Small Geometric Abstractions

Portfolio: Collection One: Small Geometric Abstractions

 

 

Portfolio: Collection Two: Small Geometric Abstractions

 

Portfolio: Collection Three: Small Geometric Abstractions

 


Project: Small Geometrics: Collection One


Here there are three series of four pieces each. There is a sequence to each series. The first section portrays a negative / positive relief of a solid shape vs. a shape with a central negative space. The second section portrays organic vs. dynamic shapes and arcs. The third section portrays the solid shape vs. the shape with a central negative space, using the element of the bare wood of the panel as a compositional distinction in each piece.


Project: Small Geometrics: Collection Two


There are three series of four pieces each.  There is a sequence to each. This first series portrays circles overlapping through illusion. The shapes do not represent a whole circle, but join together and create the impression of overlapping circular forms.

While the second series does the same, the circles are more intricate, falling off the page and staying within the boundaries of the page, but overlapping  therein.

In the third series, three pieces stay within the boundaries of the page and one falls off the page as before. The circular lines and areas are more connected organically, and tonally. The wood grain shows through in various sections of each piece.


Project: Small Geometrics: Collection Three


There are three series of four pieces each.  The sequence portrays a fetal progress using light, color, shape and movement.

Light creates a mood and atmosphere. The colors take on a hue, in which the series transcribes a message. The shape represented in each stems from the one before it.

This collection studies the primordial fetus as a form in and of itself. Each studies a separate stage and goes into a minute representation of primordial life.

As an anecdote to birth, and the simplicity of life, they study  the most ordinary, but significant color schemes, largely seen in the art of post- impressionism.

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