Welcome to my ‘Showcase’ Gallery. Designed to present new material, each month I’ll be sharing with you a new image which I’ve been working on and refining.
This month I’d like to introduce:
‘Every Which Way’
It’s always fun to set yourself a challenge. That’s what I did with ‘Every Which Way’. While I still love making triptychs, I felt the time was right to take things up a notch and increase the number of panels I was working with. I thought something with a ‘geometric’ theme would be a good place to start, offering greater possibilities and flexibility in aligning and connecting shapes and colours across multiple panels.
I deliberately used the red rectangle in the central panels as a natural point of rest to return to after journeying around the image. In fact, it also serves as the starting point. Encircling the rectangle are the yellow and blue lines, and it’s these colours which are the most inter-connected, allowing you to traverse through many panels on their angular pathway.
I like to imagine this polyptych mounted on a wall in the form of 16 bright and glossy medium-sized tiles.
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Previous Showcase Images
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