It took you betting it all on the dream. To trust in the process to achieve greater meaning.
Maybe one of the only pictures I took during a period of evening conversations with #bjlasponas. Shot of his early work while based on the West Coast before moving East. I was less than a year into architecture school then. At the time, the city didn’t know nor seem to care that a budding sculptor was building up momentum to leave the Bay Area to NYC. And I was just beginning to design.
An outlier artist without a doubt. Fortunate lessons. Invisible histories. Bronze. Vallejo, 2011. #tbt
Geometric SeriesWatercolor (4in x 12in) DM/Email to purchase.
The creative process for this piece was one where I followed my intuition, as with most of my abstract work. I first planned out the shapes and went with whatever triangle felt right for each empty space on the paper. And with choosing the colors, I simply picked my favorite colors and painted each triangle according to what felt cohesive to me in that moment. The feeling of painting something so concrete in a way as far as staying in the lines yet abstract is one to behold for me. This is why I started this new Geometric Series. One of the many series in progress. Enjoy! :-)
Materials: L'Aquarelle @cansonpaper_northamerica Heritage Watercolor Paper Rough, @holbeinartistmaterials Watercolors, Black Velvet Silver Brush