Transitions

These pieces explore color transitions. The initial painting of the canvas with several colors of acrylics is followed by cutting the canvas into strips and weaving it back together - allowing a second opportunity for interesting color transitions to happen. In addition, the woven, quilted pieces with their uneven edges are elevated above the surface of the wall so that varying shadows of the edges occur around the pieces (depending on the location of the light source). Attaching the quilted piece to a prestretched canvas or to a layer of covered foam holds the piece away from the wall surface.


Transitions 1  2012  20"H x 20"W
Transitions 1 2012 20"H x 20"W

Transitions 2  2012  20"H x 20"W
Transitions 2 2012 20"H x 20"W

Transitions 3  2012  20"H x 20"W
Transitions 3 2012 20"H x 20"W

Transitions 4 2012  19.5"H x 19.5"W
Transitions 4 2012 19.5"H x 19.5"W

Transitions 5  2012  20"H x 20"W
Transitions 5 2012 20"H x 20"W

Transitions 6  2012  triptych, each 33"H x 14"W
Transitions 6 2012 triptych, each 33"H x 14"W

Transitions 7  2012  triptych, each 36"H x 18"W
Transitions 7 2012 triptych, each 36"H x 18"W

Transitions 8  2012  18"H x 18"W
Transitions 8 2012 18"H x 18"W


Photography by Carson Zullinger, Wilmington, Delaware.