Part 4:
As I continue this series past these pieces I'm using organic patterns, brocaded canvases, and a few personal techniques to create repetitive rhythms and a saturated palette that for me is reminiscent of childlike imagination and the adventurous and often dangerous exploration that is its successor, and in many ways its destruction. This loss through change is not inherently negative, and for this reason I attempt to create a visual expression that is alluring through the use of patterns that are universally appealing fractals that can be found from nature to gothic architecture. In this way I strive to create beauty in darkness.




Aperture
Collab with Alyssa Kreidt
42" x 52"
Oil, Acrylic, Aerosol on Canvas
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