When You Look Closely
These pieces, combining sculpture with drawing and digital art backdrops in many cases, have been created during the coronavirus confinement, and refer to a newfound, for many, attention to things that are unseen or overlooked.
The wall pieces combine the sculptures which were created first out of wire, glue, paper, with drawn studios of the sculptural details, which are printed on rice paper and are mounted on wood panels. Each piece thus has three lives, the original dimensional sculpture, the flat representation, and the dynamic interaction between them as one moves around the composition.
The pieces are available on Singulart, an online french gallery:
as well as individual prints of the drawings, in pairings of your choice.
This site is being updated with new works periodically.
My favorite display is in groupings that combine the simple drawings and the sculptural pieces.