Sunday, April 27, 2014

Trimming The Verge

These are my first photograph based kaleidoscopes. I took the pictures myself in Gothic, Colorado. The plant is called 'Veratrum.' It's a fast growing plant that climbs from zero to six feet tall in the few short months of summer in the high Rocky Mountains. The images are 20 inch square on 30 inch square paper. 










Monday, February 3, 2014

Paper

I made these for my sister. They are 16 inch (roughly) square on 24 inch square paper.





More Pencil Drawings...

I produced other pencil on paper drawings that I thought people would like to see...

6 by 8 inches on 16 by 18 in paper.


5 by 1 inches on 15 by 11 inch paper.


8 by 2 inches on 18 by 12 inch paper.


12 by 8 inches on 22 by 18 inch paper.

Fire and Ice

Here are four images based upon stars and snowflakes... They are 10 inches square on 20 inch square paper.





Trolley Tour 2012

I worked up another series of 9 new kaleidoscopes for the 2012 Fort Wayne Trolley Tour. They have a 10 inch square image on 20 inch square paper.










Monday, November 25, 2013

Odds and Ends...

Here are a few pieces that don't fit into any particular category. 


20 by 16 on 30 by 26 inch paper.




16 inch square on 24 inch square paper.



18 inch square on 24 inch square paper with a partial bleed to the edge.



18 inch square on 24 inch square paper with a partial bleed to the edge.



18 inch square on 24 inch square paper.



18 inch square on 24 inch square paper.



16 inch square on 24 inch square paper.



18 inch square on 24 inch square paper.



18 inch square on 24 inch square paper.

Monday, May 14, 2012

Hayman Spectrum

Nine new kaleidoscopes, three different permutations each, all in color ... The first of each set has a 10 inch image on 20 in square paper. The second has a 24 by 10 inch image on 34 by 20 paper. The third has a 20 inch square image on 30 inch paper.




Hayman Mandala No. 3

I completed a third 'mandala.' This one is in color, and more in the style of a traditional Tibetan sand mandala. It has a 20 inch image on 30 inch paper.




Hayman Asymmetry

I have begun experimenting with color pieces, and out of the square. These are more subject specific than my kaleidoscopes, although they are still rather abstract in concept. Here are the latest, with some framed examples ... They have a 24 by 10 inch image on 34 by 20 inch paper.





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Wednesday, August 31, 2011

Hayman: Titled Series

After completing my Hayman drawing, I used parts of it to create unique, non-representational art images I call 'Kaleidoscopics.' This is the second series of twenty-five that I made a couple of weeks after the first. In this series I used a more complicated technique to create the image. As a result, they have a higher resolution, and can therefore be printed larger. Also, I have titled each of these newer images individually based upon a general first impression.


Limited edition prints of my Titled Series have an image that is 20 inches square on 30 inch square paper. Each are title stamped, signed and numbered up to 100. Approximately 10% more are labeled 'artist proof.'




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