FragMENTAL digs – Collector of the Invisible #1 – Fragments cut/torn from older paintings, incorporating digital photographs from my Urban Abstract series, then finally using my trusty scanner then software ACDSee photo editor tool to achieve the image below. Oh, plus an additional digital piece titled “Enter The Abyss #1” …. all whilst listening to Frederic Chopin playing in the background. CHECK IT OUT HERE.
Collector of the Invisible #1
Enter The Abyss #1
SHORT EXPLANATION: Dreams between the age of five and seven. As the first morning light filtered through the bedroom windows, in a semi daze slipping in and out of sleep, an overwhelming fear of an entity would enter my space. My own horror movie. And all before breakfast!! See all 5 Curtain Calls HERE. Full explanation and listen to the background music by SOPOR AETERNUS & The Ensemble Of Shadows that helped to inspire some of the works.
Curtain Call – #1
Curtain Call – #2
“I say unto you: one must still have chaos in oneself to be able to give birth to a dancing star”. Friedrich Nietzsche
Curtain Call – #5
From torn paintings, photos, collage and using a scanner then some digital work… VOILA!!
We all dream; we do not understand our dreams, yet we act as if nothing strange goes on in our sleep minds, strange at least by comparison with the logical, purposeful doings of our minds when we are awake. Erich Fromm Continue reading
Two black and white paintings. Variations of greys are infinite, giving way to express all my needs from poetry, music, nature… you get the idea.
To see the poems that helped create these works CLICK HERE
Combining torn paintings, drawing, collage and tweaking with digital software the use of a scanner and with the music of Carlos Nakai playing in the background… SEE MORE HERE of Ancient Traveler #1 & #2 – Digital Artwork – Music by Carlos Nakai “Earth Spirit”.
Using same technique as in The Alchemist #1.. this one created only as to see how much I can push an idea… this may eventuate to something, then again to nought.
Using a torn section of an old painting, photography and then scanning the image followed up by tweaking the work using software ACDSee ( Adobe to expensive), and PhotoScape, a free online tool I created The Alchemist as a homage to David Bowie.
It all began from a brain scratch (drawing from sketch book) and music played in studio which actually was my brothers early CD (released 08 August 2008 ) titled Son of Science.
All drawings are either graphite or archival none fade water based felt tip pens, my favorite and usually three point sizes.
The motion of yin and yang generates all things in nature. Continue reading