Size: 12"W x 12"H x 0.625"D
Year Created: 2018
Ready to Hang
Pronounced Oz-soon-gee-lee if you're wondering though I can't say I know where the name comes from other than from the painting when I looked at the finished work. That said, Ozsune'giilee is a sketched packing-paper cutout glued onto a tissue paper glued background. A background which was painted on with a mix of matte and metallic blues across the entire surface, and then a very light metallic blue carefully applied to the ridges and ripples of the glued tissue paper, to provide the electric yet aquatic network that surrounds Ozsune'giilee. As has been my inclination lately, I chose vibrant bright colors for the love of southern tropical art and similarly Ozsune'giilee represents smooths sailing even within choppy waters.
Avant-garde. Analyst. Artist. Naturist Kid Carpenter turned teen labor machine, doing all kinds of things on a core quest, to test, the possibilities of my capabilities long before I ever realize and hypothesized the drive to be evolution. The need to evolve. Resolve of adulthood has shown I've grown the most in my own reflection; taking direction from the simple value, always holding true, to "Do unto others as you would have them do unto you," the coo before the command, "Lead by example." Ample opportunity I didn't quite take until now, 2017, I'm coming back with a pow!