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.
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):
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.