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Genesis – Original ink Drawing

$ 250.00

Original archival ink drawing, 8″ h x 10″ w  on acid free paper.  Signed on front.

I’ve been thinking a bit about how “things come to be”, but in a science-y sense. How do the big deal phenomena (worlds, life, etc) put themselves together out of seemingly random stuff? If I were to illustrate and abstract these processes, there are some ideas that are common and cut across many phenomena: agglomeration and clustering, roles for fluctuations inhomogeneities and impurities, key forces and “sparks” that set the whole shebang into motion. Genesis articulates some of these admittedly vague commonalities

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Original archival ink drawing, 8″ h x 10″ w  on acid free paper.  Signed on front.

Ships unmatted, sandwiched between protective foam core sheets.

Original paintings and drawings from my shop ship fully insured with a typical turnaround time of roughly 10 business days (less for small items).  Once they’re with the shipper, actual transit times vary by destination.

 

I will gladly exchange or refund work that you do not like if notified within 30 days of receipt.  Customer pays the shipping on returns and/or exchanges.  Most people like them better in person.

Prints are also available 

 

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Pen and ink (pigmented Sakura micron pigma felt tips), art marker (WInsor Newton pigmented markers) and silverpoint on prepared acid free paper. 8×10 inches, entirely hand drawn using freehand and drafting tools.

I’ve been thinking a bit about how “things come to be”, but in a science-y sense. How do the big deal phenomena (worlds, life, etc) put themselves together out of seemingly random stuff? If I were to illustrate and abstract these processes, there are some ideas that are common and cut across many phenomena: agglomeration and clustering, roles for fluctuations inhomogeneities and impurities, key forces and “sparks” that set the whole shebang into motion. Genesis articulates some of these admittedly vague commonalities

 

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