Brickwork Series: Brickwork #1 – Brickwork #2 – Brickwork #3 – Brickwork #4 I submitted this fairly rambling and defensive piece as an essay immediately before preparing my final. I’ve been trying to write up a “post-mortem” of my sculptures … Continue reading
Posted in Projects, Writing
Tagged Brickwork, ceramics, Christchurch, Christchurch earthquake, Fault, Friedrich Nietzsche, Gustave Flaubert, Joy McManaway, Oklahoma City bombing, Paul Nash, Roland Barthes, watercolour, World Trade Centre attack
This gallery contains 19 photos.
Tried something different and layered india ink over my watercolours. Gave a very “noir” feel to the images, which was fun, and matched the moody lighting we run during lots of sessions. Continued using flesh tones over greens. Getting into … Continue reading
Brickwork Series: Brickwork #1 – Brickwork #2 – Brickwork #3 – Brickwork #4 This third painting in the series is much simpler, and probably took a lot more work. I began assuming the works I made in Brickwork #2 would … Continue reading
Brickwork Series: Brickwork #1 – Brickwork #2 – Brickwork #3 – Brickwork #4 I started this by writing a big long treatise on the present political situation and how it relates to making art with a political intent, but thought … Continue reading
Posted in Projects, Random Thoughts
Tagged Christchurch, Christchurch earthquake, Christie Schaefer, Joy McManaway, Katherine Mansfield, Leon Golub, Massey University, Max Brooks, painting, painting postmortem, Paul Nash, watercolour, Wayne Seyb, World War Z
This gallery contains 12 photos.