March2016


Don’t Cross the Yellow Line

Posted on March 18th, by ByOceanAndSea in All ART for GALLERY, Monotypes/Monoprints. No Comments

Viscosity Monoprint

Random and intentional city street markings, signs and symbols somehow always find their way into my camera lens. This print was inspired by a walk in the middle of the street.



Turnaround

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Viscosity Monoprint

City life, road signs, random markings–if it catches my attention, it usually ends up in my camera. This is an abstracted turnaround in the middle of a highway. It is that place you wish for when you missed your turn!



Road Blocks

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Viscosity Monoprint

Two-way streets, road construction, detours–we’ve all been there.



Form

Posted on March 18th, by ByOceanAndSea in All ART for GALLERY, Collagraphs. No Comments

Collagraph

This is a smaller collagraph with emphasis on the interior formation of a wave.



Aerial Abstraction EV 2/10

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Collagraph

This print is part of a series of prints produced from the same plate, but varied in colors, thus the “EV” (Edition Variable).

Inspiration for the plate and prints came from my work with aerial views and satellite-mapping studies, producing endless compositions of crop circles and field rows.



Tangled

Posted on March 18th, by ByOceanAndSea in Textile Art. No Comments

Deconstructed screen print using Procion dyes on cotton and densely machine stitched.

We often hear of all the pollution in our seas and oceans. So much of is a tangled web endangering precious sea life. This piece is an abstracted interpretation of the tangled webs that are woven in our waters.



Summer Winds

Posted on March 18th, by ByOceanAndSea in Textile Art. No Comments

Screen printed with Procion dyes on cotton and densely machine stitched, Summer Winds is inspired by living along the coastline and watching as summer winds blow into fall.

This textile piece debuted in Rīga, Latvia in the Rīgas Tekstilmozaīka 2016 Exhibit at the Castle of Culture, Ziemeļblāzma.