Changing things up – enlargements instead of contact prints.
Maximal process in order to produce a minimal amount of minimalist prints.
A comparison of a hand-drawn original image, and then the print made by tracing the original in different ways and printing in different colours.
Lengthening the process, while creating further branches of opportunity and investigation that continue to mix painting and photography.
Another carbon-transfer collage from early November.
How process can hamper artistic creation, and why speed and quantity are better than quality.
Sort, sift, test, try, discard, evaluate, retain. Making progress via making mistakes.
A brief description of my working process for making painting-realistic photographic collages using the carbon transfer process with the non-toxic sensitiser diazidostilbene, known as DAS.
My struggle with learning to draw realistically, overcoming perfectionism, and the push towards marrying the printing methods of photography with the creativity and vocabulary inherent in painting.
The beginning of my exploration into painting-realistic photography: the opposite of photo-realistic painting.