Size: 17.5"W x 10.5"H x 0.3"D
Year Created: 2018
I created this piece using some experimental techniques. First, I cut with a laser cutter several matching pieces of wood, forming a sort of jigsaw. I then spread these matching pieces on the base wood board, disconnected them, and removed some of the pieces to create open space. If you look closely, you will notice that most pieces would fit into each other. I then painted each piece individually and glued them to the base wood.
It is an abstract piece with shapes that were randomly generated, but the nature of the curves and the choice of colors might suggest some recognizable patterns.
I am a university professor who fell in love with the arts. I do science by day, and paint into the wee hours of the San Franciscan night. At every step of the way, I am finding art and science harder and harder to distinguish. Thank you for visiting my humble portfolio.