Sunday, September 16, 2012
Here is the second attempt of the day. This one is a 16x20 Still standing in front of the black bamboo. The thing that caught my eye here was the very thin stalks of the plant and the way it cut up the background. I also liked the extreme contrast of the black bamboo against the backlight grass and plants behind. I worked on this idea and technique of building the background with thick paint and then scratching through it with the knife to the black canvas all day and got 6 paintings of different sizes started and one collage. There is so much beautiful bamboo at Kanahapaha. Several people were painting it .
Saturday, September 15, 2012
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Saturday, February 11, 2012
This project is a fund raiser for the Alachua county elementary schools music and arts programs. They have a face book fan page with some picks of last years chairs and starting to get some from this year as well. I started this with intentions of making the chair look like bronze and putting a patina on it. The first step was to sand it down and put on a layer of molding paste to give the texture of a bronze casting.
Then I applied some bronze paint This is actually bronze dust in acrylic so it will take a patina just like real bronze.
Before now you had to use a powerful computer with lots of memory and very complicated programs called Digital Audio Workstations.(daw) The iso platform has changed music making. It is now possible for anyone to tap into their musical creativity
You can hear more of my electronic music at http://www.photogenicmemory.bandcamp.com/ and some of the sketchier stuff at www.soundcloud.com/pdidit
here is a line to a vid with some of the sounds http://youtu.be/Hb0GUe9uXWI
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