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Below is some new work, featuring some of my exhaustive collection of photos from my trip to NYC last year. I hope you enjoy them, more to follow!
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I have been falling in love with my sketchbook all over again, after, stopping photographic research for a bit and get back to doodling some ideas for new paintings.
Have a Happy Holiday season.
see you in 2019.
The Panic. 2018. Acrylic, marker, and card on canvas.
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I have been playing around with Cross processing.
I stumbled upon this when I worked at Avoncolor labs in the 90’s, much to the utter dismay of the company..
Cross processing happens when you develop C41 film (normal film) with E6 developing chemicals (E6 is used for transparencies). Or vis a vis, E6 to C41.
I done this by mistake and the company had to pay compensation to the client, which ran into the low thousands!! Not a great day at all.
However I loved the effect it produced, and I played around with cross processing a bit more.. but stopped it about two years later.
I am revisiting this process again.
(In an earlier post I mentioned about a new process i am working through, this is not it.. the other process involves lots of painted cardboard .. I will update more when i have it.)
Image: Room To Breathe (A2 size).
Another two prints heading off to the USA. Want a print? Look here
Listen To This – 2015. A2 size.
Minimal Abstract. I would like to say that this took me one morning, but it took about two days. Really getting into colour and weight more and more. i like how weight can skew your perception, when viewing it as abstraction. or some other malarky. (ad lib to fade..)