ink on top of a digital drawing printed on canvas
© 2011 Lumi 9
I had always wanted to work on top of a giclée print. I thought it would be nerve-racking building imagery on top of something that wasn't as retrievable as hard clayboard. It gave way toward an understanding that my work isn't about choking flow of energy over mania of material; mistakes even within this range of experience are amicable toward creativity and forgiveness. It always points to time. When in doubt, slow down and find the rhythm that your content with. Rushing work of such necessary cleanliness never makes for a comfortable finish.