Here is the most “what was I thinking” painting that I have produced so far: A poor octopus, lost in the birch woods, observed by judgemental faces and a blue tired lady. The acrylic 122 x 91cm painting is for sale now at Etsy and can be shipped to UK only.
Painting: Acrylic, gouache and ink
Size: 7 H x 9.4 W inch
Kept in black and white, this almost symmetric painting/ illustration has been inspired by 1930’s Art Deco and various Jazz forms from this era. It plays with the stark contrast of black and white as well as solid surface against smallest detail.
Size: 7.9 H x 11.8 W x 0.1 inch
Like most of my geometric paintings, this one lives from asymmetrical symmetry and fine irregularities as well as stark contrast of shade and colour. It very much represents how rather rhythmic music of natural instruments sounds to me -the slight imperfections in tone make it perfect. This is an expression of visible sound thanks to bouts of synaesthesia.