from series: Nights on Planet Earth, which is devoted to a keen awareness that everything is happening all at once, i.e., tigers and happy hour exist on the same planet, Jupiter and Twinkies share a solar system. Legends and goddesses talk over martinis while the four horsemen of the apocalypse flip through their ledgers.
Original inspiration came from a poem of the same name by by Campbell McGrath.
Title: What Was Said Was Louder Than the Words
Materials: acrylic, ink
I think in terms of a ZOOM in/ZOOM out quality of life: zoom in on the immediate: food, jokes, bills, lovers, traffic, temperature . . . zoom out: oceans, volcanoes, solar system, sugar molecules in space, a planet made entirely of diamond, vast wastes, dark matter, universe, multiverse . . . repeat. This is wrapped up in a childlike sense that so much is happening all at once; tigers and happy hour exist on the same planet, Jupiter and Twinkies share a solar system.
Using acrylic paint, graphite, ink, as well as, collage with my own manipulated photography (often ...
This is a gallery-quality giclée art print on 100% cotton rag archival paper, printed with archival inks. Each art print is listed by sheet size and features a minimum one-inch border.