MORPHIC RESONANCE

I'm developing this series of paintings with an inward look at the outward influence of ever evolving humanistic attempts to narrate, re-purpose, and re-author existing natural Morphic Tendencies. The series will emphasize "constructive influence" ..... duel impressions of, and on, man and nature, and the passing of geologic time.


 

( Morphic Resonance Series )

" Two by Two "

Original Mixed Media Painting: Acrylic, Gouache, & Watercolor on French Lanaquarelle Watercolor Paper.     Image Size: 9 x 10.5 inches     Framed Size: 14 x 18 inches (museum mounted)

Fresh off my easel is this First work in a New 2010 Abstract Series: "MORPHIC RESONANCE".... "an inward look at an endless journey"....highlighted with a judicious use of Metallic Acrylic Paint over Gouache and Watercolor washes for additional visual dimensionality....(hard to see in the image above, it's subtle yet effective when viewed in person.



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( Morphic Resonance Series )

" Complexity "

Original Mixed Media Painting: Acrylic, Metallic Acrylic, Gouache, & Watercolor on French Lanaquarelle Watercolor Paper.    
Image Size: 9 x 10.5 inches     Framed Size: 14 x 18 inches (museum mounted)

This is the 2nd work in my New 2010 Abstract Series: "MORPHIC RESONANCE".... "an inward look at an endless journey".... multiple layers of transparent Acrylic Paint over Matt Acrylic Gouache and Watercolor washes creating a vibrant luminosity, both smooth and impasto backgrounds of the various sections add to the multidimensional effect I wanted for this piece....(very evident and effective when viewed in person). 


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( Morphic Resonance Series )

" Aggregation: Sand, Sea, Shells, and Sky "

Original Mixed Media Painting: Acrylic, Metallic Acrylic, Gouache, Oil Pastel on Winsor & Newton Watercolor Paper.    
Image Size: 16 x 21 inches     Framed Size: 22 x 28 Inches

This is the 3nd work in my New 2010 Abstract Series: "MORPHIC RESONANCE".... "an inward look at an endless journey".... multiple layers of semi transparent Metallic Acrylic Paint, transparent Acrylic Paint, Matt Acrylic Gouache and Oil Pastel textural highlighting combine in this challenging Mixed Medium piece. The white and black abalone shells are layered in semi transparent metallics and though hard to photograph, reflect a lustrous glow when viewed in person. 

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