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Image of "From Cacoon To Conquer"
$1,000.00

"From Cacoon To Conquer"

36" x 16" spray paint, etching

This piece was an incredible experiment for me. The surface area is a large, thick piece of fiberglass. It came completely covered with a sheet of some type of parchment paper adhered to both sides of it. I would slowly start cutting the very smallest of areas on "the back" to essentially then, paint, starting from "the front to back". Basically, a reversal of how most paintings are made where you might begin from the background on up to the focal point of the piece. After cutting, spraying, repeat.. about 18 times i started etching the last little areas of paint so that the image didn't look completely uniform in it's construct. I didn't want the whole thing to just look like one mechanical/clinical process essentially. This remains to be one of my biggest accomplishments (in my opinion) regarding my attempts to try out new techniques and mediums as i move forward in my "career". Please feel free to ask anything about this work that might help better clarify the process if interested.

Image of "From Cacoon To Conquer"
Image of "From Cacoon To Conquer"
Image of "From Cacoon To Conquer"