The Downward Rectangle
Collaboration with San Francisco gallery owner/photographer Misho. We selected examples of Misho's abstract photography, and I painted my robots on top.
"The Downward Rectangle"
A single yellow rectangle in Misho's photograph inspired me to paint additional rectangles as I imagined my robots falling down. This piece started as Misho's photograph printed on paper, mounted to reclaimed plywood, then painted with acrylics and sealed with shiny epoxy resin. The piece floats off the wall about an inch, with wooden spacers on the back.
Photography, Acrylic, and epoxy resin on reclaimed wood panel
Painting is approximately 20 x 16 x 1 inches
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