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Information Superhighway- Original ink Drawing

$ 1,000.00

Original archival ink drawing, 16″ h x 20″ w  on acid free paper panel (a  rigid archival paper/polymer composite called “Artboard”).  Signed on front.

The overall geometry alludes to information packets, information being broadcast and spread, and the subtleties of information and communication in the information Age.  Templates and a compass were used in combination with masking, freehand ultrafine details (ink and Silverpoint), and dimensional metal foil gilding to create a unique aesthetic of interacting patterns, different length scales, and concentric intersecting and embedded circles.

 

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Original archival ink drawing, 16″ h x 20″ w  on acid free paper panel (a  rigid archival paper/polymer composite called “Artboard”).  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 

 

Notes:

Archival pigmented art markers with Sakura Micron Pigma and Copic felt tip ultrafine pens and Derwent linemaker fine line pens with archival pigment inks on acid freearchival paper panel. Hand drawn with no computer involvement.

Templates and a compass were used in combination with masking, freehand ultrafine details, and dimensional metal foil giolding to create a unique aesthetic of interacting patterns, different length scales, and concentric intersecting and embedded circles.

Tinted silverpoint ground was used to paint geometric areas in subtly contrasting muted tones. Very fine silverpoint line details complement the ink drawing. When the silverpoint stylus moves over unprimed areas no line is created, but lines suddenly appear on top of the tinted ground. This creates very fine broken linear details that reference each other geometrically across the different areas that accept silverpoint. The overall geometry alludes to information packets, information being broadcast and spread, and the subtleties of information and communication in the information Age.

 

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