If you watched my video about the first 25 images in the series, you’d know that I promised this one was going to be different from all of those. This one combines several techniques I’ve developed over the years and in this series. Notice that it is balanced between opposites: figurative and abstraction; digital and painterly; spontaneous and controlled.
I really love how suggestive this is without actually being anything representational. You may see heads and whatnot. There’s a healthy dose of Van Gogh, Bacon, and Auerbach in there, which isn’t unusual for me.
It looks a lot like spray paintings I used to do when I was 18-19. I dig this style. Check out the close-ups.
Here’s all 26 pieces in the series so far in a slideshow.
Or, if you prefer, you can see them in a click-through gallery:
To see other posts about other pieces in this series, go here.
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