Sunday, March 16, 2008

Revolution XIV



ingredients: altered paper, acrylic paint, dry transfer, vintage book cloth thread, leaf, pigment & dye ink, computer type, colored pencil. click images to enlarge.

13 comments:

tricia said...

well done, I especially like the top piece

Karen Cole said...

I really like what you are doing in this "revolution series". I love digging into your layers and getting a closer look. Great job with the paint textures especially.

Peggi Meyer Graminski said...

Really cool pieces - I love the paint textures too - especially in close-up.

Gillian McMurray said...

Love the beautiful greens on the first one. The second one reminds me of Hockney's swimming pool paintings. Great blues.

Val Foster said...

I agree, very well done. The amazing texture in your work never ceases to thrill and amaze me. Texture is one of my passions - it adds so much character to an art work, IMO. Keep the great works coming, I love to study and enjoy them.

LostLuggage said...

These are so great, Seth....the full collection is going to be remarkable!

Lisa Hoffman said...

You are truly the Tzar of Texture.
(Deep bow, rose placed on your Studio Table)....and a decaf, soy.

L.H.

azirca said...

Excellent pieces Seth. The depth you achieve through the use of texture and colour is fantastic.
I like what lisa hoffman said about you being the Tzar of Texture... hee cool!

tina's space said...

fantastic as usual. would expect no less. great pieces. my fave is the top piece. the whole series will be a joy to behold.

Kathy Mccreedy said...

Seth, I too, especially like the top image... you can really pack a lot of texture and interest onto a little card... really impressive! So nice to be able to go in and check out the amazing details! VERY cool!

Terry Rafferty said...

These are so very interesting, I just want to keep looking at them, and to see the entire Revolution series together. I looked in the archives, but wasn't able to find when the series started - could you maybe list the post dates for all the Revolutions?

bockel24 said...

Love the colours of the piece below! The large "plain" area just isn´t plain in the close-up.

susanna said...

Two more terrific images. I agree with Karen, I like what you are doing in the Revolution Series. I'm not sure what you were thinking of, what inspired you, when you created each image but they are making ME think. Immediately when I saw the first one - "Enter" - I thought of Africa and the transitions the countries on that continent are going through. Revolutions on a large social scale. Your images certainly inspire stories.