Borders and Patterns (A to Z)
The gallery below reflects the current state of each work. Process states are shown for images that have evolved from their initial state.
Borders are shown with any continued states of evolution, a gif of pattern combinations and digital explorations, and a gallery of work related to the image. These images were created in September, October, and November of 2015.
This border has evolved from it’s original state. The parrot was added with graphite and color pencil.
This border has evolved twice. First, the drawing of a hanging lamp was added. Following the addition of the drawing, the work was glazed.
This border has evolved a bit. First, the life drawing was added by creating a mat out of the image and hinging it more traditionally. I decided to collage it instead and add the cut-out to the back creating an additional abstract image. Following the collage process of the piece, the border work was glazed.
This border has some evolutions. I collaged a life drawing cut-out onto a black background and a handmade paper. This was then collaged onto the design above. In the next stage of the process I added a silver leafing.
A drawing has been added to this border.
This image has been collaged onto creating it’s current state.
This image has evolved a bit. Collage was added.
More collage was added.
Next, a glazing was added. This is the current state of the work.
The painted marker original state is shown above. The graphite drawn, nupastel, colored pencil still life addition is shown below. I removed this image from the journal where it resided. I collaged the work into a 10 x 10 panel piece.
This image has been cut up into various portions and collaged into three 9 x 12 ink abstracts (images not yet available).
The gallery below for this image contains a digital collaborative piece with an added drawing by Jaron Stokes.
This border has two states shown. The painted state is first followed by the metallic marker addition to the painted.
This page was updated on 11/26/15.