With this one, I started over.
Six inches tall, 30 inches wide...it actually started out as a clock many years ago. Then I peeled and sanded the surface design off as best I could, but it still left of a ghost behind (below). When I was first working on my Orzo series I was using old products to sketch on. I liked the turquoise and white, but some of the white got marred up, so I added inside pieces. Then I got sick of looking at it and kind of bored with the plain design, so I finally decided to rip it off and start again.
|Some of the vinyl left sticky shadows behind.|
|I saved some of the orzos I ripped off, but they were kind of mangled.|
|Here's the ghost from the very first life of this piece.|
|I painted over the turquoise with purple, neon pink, and white, and then sanded.|
|Painted and sanded again. You can see the dark scar left by a piece of vinyl from|
an earlier version.
|Tiny vinyl time! I hand-cut most of these for some reason.|
Guess I wanted my hand to go numb (it did!).
|With the different directions of the paint strokes it kind of looks like weaving.|
Untitled so far...