étude D65 #2, équivalences / dégradés / disparitions, 2012
hand-made drawing: pigments, indian ink & pencil on paper
162 x 110 cm
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I am finding your posts really interesting. What you are doing here is amazing. It has some resonance with my own work, the main difference being that you know what you are doing and I am just playing!
I looked at your blog – why always the same 0°/45°/90° angles?
you should zoom on the detail!
check this: https://adrienlucca.files.wordpress.com/2012/05/adrien-lucca-d65-2-05-5-12-detail.jpg
Yes I did, and they are absolutely beautiful. I am staggered by these drawings.
it’s a good question. thanks for asking it. I don’t know the answer and you’ve got me thinking. (I am guessing that our starting points are quite different and that might be a reason – or an excuse, for what might seem quite limiting. My starting point is the coloured monochrome, and building up from there. So you get the echo of the support. Just allowing in the possibility of a diagonal was a big step, though I recognise that I was just too serious, it really doesn’t matter does it…..)
hahaha… no it surely doesn’t, too many artists are traumatised by minimalism, or by the dogmatic neo-minimalistic attitude – this I understand.
Laughing about it is the first step toward becoming free of it, do you think I’m right?
yes i do
I love it.
thanks, u should zoom on this: https://adrienlucca.files.wordpress.com/2012/05/adrien-lucca-d65-2-05-5-12-detail.jpg
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