That which is constantly detonating the experiences and knowledge of my past into broken rough-edged bits, before reassembling them into the artwork below. Every item on this site is handmade by me unless otherwise noted.
Sunday, July 17, 2011
Buttermilk In May
In order to overcome the inherent complexity of the original image, I had to do this cutting with a higher level of abstraction than I would have liked. I think the piece is successful but I'm not sure it's something I want to repeat.
To the left is the off-axis, illustrating the thickness of the six individual layers.
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