The Digital Calligraphy Collection Debuts

"Roots," Digital Calligraphy

The newest addi­tion: Dig­i­tal Cal­lig­ra­phy Abstract Print Col­lec­tion.  See the slide show and pick a favorite to dec­o­rate your envi­ron­ment or give as a gift.

In my world, Dig­i­tal Cal­lig­ra­phy means draw­ing with the dig­i­tal pen on a dig­i­tal page, using any of a bil­lion pos­si­ble per­mu­ta­tions of line, angle, brush con­fig­u­ra­tion, and den­sity. Not only is the pen a muta­ble object, but the size and scale of the marks change at my whim. It is a brush junkie’s ver­sion of heaven, and when the result is printed on heavy, thirsty paper like Epson Vel­vet, the result is heaven hung on the wall.

"The Hazard" 904IntarsiaScarf

Recent Com­ments:

Beau­ti­ful scarves, Lyn! I love your color palettes and designs, espe­cially the tri­an­gle pat­terns. You have superbly applied your art to knit­ting! — Sylvia Greer, Sylvia Greer Art­Works.

I love my t-shirt.  It is not only one-of-a kind, but so ver­sa­tile, I can wear it to a party or to the gro­cery store.  You should be very proud of your­self.  (see the t-shirt she bought.)

Today’s Artist State­ment (Changes on a whim):

Artist State­ment

My work explores the rela­tion­ship between emerg­ing sex­u­al­i­ties and romance tourism.

With influ­ences as diverse as Machi­avelli and Buck­min­ster Fuller, new vari­a­tions are gen­er­ated from both mun­dane and tran­scen­dant structures.

Ever since I was a post­grad­u­ate I have been fas­ci­nated by the the­o­ret­i­cal lim­its of the moment. What starts out as yearn­ing soon becomes cor­rupted into a car­ni­val of defeat, leav­ing only a sense of what could have been and the dawn of a new synthesis.

As momen­tary deriv­a­tives become recon­fig­ured through bound­aried and diverse prac­tice, the viewer is left with a clue to the inac­cu­ra­cies of our condition.