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sketchstaticlineboth

bothofus1998

Being obsessed with cloth flowing in the wind, detaching itself from a clothes line and wanting to capture a kind of soul to the cloth, this obsession gave way to, or you could say, channeled Static Line, a series of paintings about releasing what may bind you and at the same time, allowing a sense of stillness. These scenes of clothes lines became a simple, silently descriptive subject matter, filled with intent.

oil pastels sketch 1

oil pastel sketch 2

webartdetach12002

detachsketch1

detachartstack2003

The following sketches of “passing” were completely abstract and severely bold in color, the idea, however, morphed into a more literal piece with out lines, shading and softer color tones.

passingsketch2

passingsketch3

passingsketch1

passingon2005

sinkingsketch

sinkingsketch2

sinking2005

sketchstaticlinewaiting2

sketchstaticlinewaiting1

staticartstack

2006

oil pastels

let's go2005

Looking back during this retrograde period and coming upon these older sketches, I am considering expanding the series to outdoor steps, yard scenes, where the releasing factor takes hold again.

Here are some sketches done in the past.

detachsketch4

detachsketch2

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sketchstaticlineundone2

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sketchstaticlineundone1

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