The title of this picture is Vagility in Gray.
This is another composition, along with Comma, that was initially rejected when brainstorming for Anfractuosity. Though unlike Comma, it still needed a lot of development, but the passage of time lent it an air of potential instead of a ticket to the trash.
The perspective a bit of time gives is a critical part of my process; I never know if I’m happy with a piece until at least a day after creating it. During editing I look at it for so long I become almost completely numb to it aesthetically. But the next morning perspective returns, and I can normally tell instantly if it’s working, or what still needs to be done.
This is the second of two, the first being in color and called Vagility.
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Archival-quality prints of this piece are available. Options include framed and unframed fine art paper and canvases.
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