Fascinators from the first quarter of 2017
Processing images for the show in Rockport this month, I captured these screen shots from several scans of the new wheel sets – a little digital “I Spy.”
I’ve been making ceramic Möbius strips to use as models for a new portrait series and these 3D “sketches” are starting to accumulate in the studio. With each iteration, I learn more about the form and discover ways in which it can be elaborated. Above: the “sketchbucket,” which casts a continuum of gestural shadows throughout the day and below: some individual portraits.
A new set of Carolina Color Wheels on white and on navy. This group is 44″ x 44″ when arranged in a square.
The second of the Paradox Portraits: inked copper plate post-printing. The circular reflection in the upper image is the overhead lamp, which makes almost any figure look like an icon from a certain angle.
I will never tire of afternoon light at Kala.