Acrylic and mixed media on paper (mounted on panel)
8″ x 8″ (Framed)
A large portion of the new works in “Primordial Lines” are collages of acrylic gel monotypes, some new, some old, combined with recycled papers, dressmaker’s patterns, personal ephemera and various marks.
These small, more intimate pieces are essentially abstract landscapes, inspired by the ancients, the geography of space, memory, and dreams. They are experiments in juxtaposition of layers and marks etched across time. Often these marks remain buried, many, appear with the erosion of that mask of time.
A petroglyph is a form of rock art, carved out of the dust and dreams of prehistoric man. What lies beneath the stratified layers, in these encyclopedias of history?
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