The Euphoria of Koi in Springtime
Could You Put Down That Damn Phone for a Minute?
Another 8″ x 8″ styrofoam tile in the making.
It was bright that day. The sun had attitude.
I print these out as 8″ x 8″ images on glossy photo paper, glue them to 8″ x 8″ x 1/2″ styrofoam blocks, and attach a sawtooth picture hanger on the back using Gorilla glue. Then I hang them all over my place.They weigh practically nothing. A sudden breeze coming through the open windows might blow them off the walls, giving my guests a new way to interact with art.
Uncle Darryl and Aunt Rhonda at Yosemite Falls, 1965
More memories from my digital art scrapbook.
I call this one “Square Eleven”
I create abstract digital art using several computer programs. I start by creating a graphic file in Inkscape and then use other programs to mess that file up until something happens to it that I perceive to be art. For me, it’s all about being pleasantly surprised. And there are no brushes to clean up afterwards.