From a single sheet filled of calligraphic scribble lines, without any alterations, 25 different compositions were extracted.
This is a step up in envisioning power. Beside the reds and blacks, applications of gold leaf and embossing help to achieve dimension. These compositions contain a degree of indigenous influences from my days in British Columbia. The concept of lines, both surfacing and disappearing, tightens the relations of shapes within the compositions. Again, this approach is stretched so far ahead in picture composition that they are truly original and cannot be found anywhere.
Objectify an image helps the viewer relate to an art easily. However, objectifying limits interpretations and dialogues.
These works strike a balance on the verge in the middle.
The image surfaces naturally.
I do not start a work based on a certain object. I find that pretentious, man-made.
By subconscious, I let the lines flow and images are gradually realized by surprise.
The Royal Hand
Five fingers. Five cards. In the form of a hand.
There is not much to be said, just ponder at the beauty of origin.