Title: Pink Textures. It’s mainly descriptive, but the phrase also appeals to my aesthetic sense, which is why I used it.
The first Textures was in black and white. This updated version was another of my images in reaction to working with no color for so long. I indulged in lots of bright color, reveling in the possibilities of breaking the self-imposed artistic limit of only gray shades.
That’s a bit different for me. Even before I restricted my creative endeavors to black and white, my use of color was normally fairly restrained.
This skull has appeared in a number of my pieces—I keep going back to it because it’s such an interesting example. There’s just something about its shape and degradation that really appeals.
Canvases and Giclée Prints
Archival-quality prints of this piece are available. Options include framed and unframed fine art paper and canvases.
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