studio envy

In Uncategorized on 13 July, 2011 at 11:10 pm

am feeling the major call of printmaking however with no studio space for at least another month…

trying to keep track of ideas during this slow studio period between two countries:
– charles avery at GOMA part of British Art show 7 — not this image

but similar in style, obviously — a bit of a market scene, handicapped man on tricycle, chef’s cap
a list of items to include on the left (wish I’d snapped a disapproved photo of this one in the gallery)

I imagine this loose drawing style working alongside my photo-collages… looking forward to implementing the drawing pad I got in may. want to work in some fills of plain colour alongside CMYK process — as in gold drop – in ( upon the suggestion of John Schulz whom I met in Belgium at the frans masereel centre )

– also still quite interested in the phenomenon of the slender loris — disgusting as it is
– in addition there’s still something in peculiar potions — not sure what to do with this yet
– humane society MN 2 for 1 cat sale for $50, selling cats like day-old bread…
– idea = a print of an animal market in a ballardian street-scene, buy your pet by the pound like at Diggers goodwill in MN… ?
really want to loosen the prints up from the strict photographic formula they’ve attained so far, as well as juxtapose the large-dot non-rosette bitmap elements against the hyper-realist photolitho rosette.

in time…

excellent day > sunshine, allotment veg-bbq with kittie & paul featuring the edible tulip = nasturtium, coffee/tea convo = interesting, wandering with rosie off broughton st.



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