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For this piece, I used real Kodak Multicontrast black and white paper with color inks as well as photo developer, photo fixer, and other chemicals. As with all my works, it is based on the same principle of liquid fluidity and physical reactions of some of these chemicals with inks while recorded by the paper. The results are figures and shapes that resemble nature's actions and forces.
Title: Untitled. This artwork was exhibited and my personal exhibition "Inktervensions" at Augusta Savage Gallery at the University of Massachusetts in 2014
Size: Frame:9x11 inches. / Artwork4x6 inches
I created a unique process where I paint by hand directly into different types of blank photo papers, using water, color inks, and some other unconventional household chemicals. Mixing them creates physical reactions that are instantly registered in the paper. The result is a painting with so much sharpness, tonal gradation, depth of field, and flowing movement that resembles the work of Nature.
I don't use a camera, a digital printer, or any other form of reproduction. Each painting is one of a kind.