Here are some results from a brief photo shoot in a nearby alleyway. I rather like alleyways. Abandoned non-spaces. There always such lovely colours and textures there. It’s a funny space too, because although I think it’s probably public space (for local traffic) and it’s perfectly okay for me to be in there, it still feels a bit odd. Almost private land, but not quite.
I acquired another box. Mozel tov. And I have a paintbrush just the right length to be able to fit inside and plaint shapes. I think I will leave them white. Love how the shapes are more hidden in this work. And they are starting to detatch from each other.
This little number is making a comeback, after featuring in this earlier installation. I think it’s interesting what happens if I start to play with shapes and lines on a polygon and mess around with perspective. This may end up a larger work, with a number of polygons.
Here lies the finished Brown Cube. As usual acrlyic paint posed some difficulties to me. It’s just as well I like the painterly look. But something else which effected colour quite a bit, was the fact that the base was white. Next time, I think I’d start with a base of yellow or something else, and then paint the transparent colours over the top.