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Size: 17"W x 11"H x 0.01"D
Year Created: 2015
The original Rorschach Inkblot tests were supposedly meant to give insight into a persons psyche and allow the viewer to rate how "healthy a personality" they have. However it has been dismissed objectively by the Freudian thinking and now is rarely used at all. Yet I find those images abstraction beautifully unconventional and thus I have made this piece with that theory in mind. What do you see ?
I created this piece in layers. These paintings are flat in texture, they still have a 3D depth visually. Of course different lighting can create a different effect based on placement. The Yupo paper that I used for this piece is a unique synthetic paper, machine-made in the USA of 100% polypropylene. It is waterproof, stain resistant, and extremely strong and durable. It resists tearing and buckling and lays flat. Because of the non-absorbant nature of the paper, no white paint was used. Please be aware the back of the pieces may have smudges or prints from the techniques I use to obtain final image you see.
The have been sprayed with a UV Resistant Clear Gloss, but for best experience a glass framing works best. It will come shipped in an archival clear plastic bag, placed between two pieces of sturdy cardboard in a stay flat mailer. Each piece is unique and original I will duplicate any design.
**** Please be aware that photos are taken with a 100W Equivalent Daylight (5000K) A19 LED Light source and the tones may vary based on viewers screen and or device color settings.
I was born and raised in Corona Del Mar, surrounded by the artistic world that is Southern California. I never ended up going to school for art as sometimes life changes directions. I did find however that painting had chased me and caught up reminding me that once it's in your heart you can never leave it. So I began to create.....