Sum Of All Parts

A collection of the latest prints from my ongoing work with painting-realistic photography. Printing both from the positive and the negative on silver gelatine paper appears to work well with the abstract subject matter which is mostly unidentifiable. The three ‘originals’ that these prints are derived from all have varying degrees of detail and differences in line quality. It’s not that one is better than the other, but that when viewed together as a group, by maintaining the overall form of the subject while representing it differently each time, both positively and negatively, an odd, but pleasing psychological effect is created upon viewing them. This is what interests me most at this point.

The original pencil drawing on paper

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