Daily Art Habit

No. 384, May 25, 2019

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No. 384, May 25, 2019
No. 384, May 25, 2019 No. 384, May 25, 2019

This artwork is no longer available in this format.


This painting was made during a wet (as usual) Memorial Day Weekend.

It started with an algorithm. It’s fun to see what happens when I apply arbitrary rules, which this painting were something like this:

Find the center of each of the darkest shadows. Mark it with a dot. Then draw straight lines from each dot to its two nearest neighbors. See what emerges.

This digital painting is one of the monthly favorites I selected for the 2019 Review collection. It is available for a limited time as an 8x8 inch machine print with adhesive frame (with free shipping). A fun and simple way to display prints, this lightweight plastic frame comes with a peel-and stick adhesive that attaches (and detaches) easily on most walls.

Please note: This a machine-printed product and not a fine art print. Colors will differ from what you see on your screen. Please contact me if you would like a fine art print.