So more on the shadow theme that's popping up lately in my art....it can be a brain-tickler for me, with the perspective. Here are a couple that I like, for a swap with the theme "Green Only". The cards are ATC (2.5 x 3.5") sized:
And then this evolved. It's 3.5 x 5", postcard-sized. Title is 'The Cut-Up':
I am now officially released from PT. Although I'm still to do my exercises. Until the twelfth of never. Naww, only until my wrist isn't so stiff and I feel like I need to. Apparently the whole healing process takes about a year. Having experienced the type of break and serious damage/bruising, I can see why.
After PT on tuesday I biked over to Oregon Art, bought several sheets of paper, and used their cutting board and blades and stuff. Nice! Wow, that is some serious time to do all that. Like, over an hour. You'd think maybe fifteen minutes? Noooo. Great that they offer that space and the tools though. I liked being in one place for a span of time. I do that at work, at home, and at friends, but not in any other public places that often. I like observing the rhythm of things, and how other people spend their days in their worlds.
I bought some bright colored railroad (poster board, basically) to print on, after being inspired by a print that fellow mail artist Pablo Wright sent me. You can check out his impressive and interesting site right here, at the Anti Robot Inundation Army. These saturated colors are inundating my apartment. It's great.
I'm outta here! Time to work at the libary!