1. andrea butler
    February 3, 2015 @ 1:57 pm

    What beautiful paintings! The idea of tracing movement – the lines are so rhythmic and pleasing and there is an exciting contrast between the dots and lines. Great colour choices too.

    It would be interesting to take the movement captured by the paint back off the page into 3D – e.g. coloured wire drawings, hanging them up on long strings of different lengths to watch the ‘paintings’ move.

    Great results from such a simple process!


    • Sharon Gale
      February 13, 2015 @ 5:13 pm

      Hi Andrea
      Thank you for your lovely comments. Your idea of tracing the movement made by the paint using wire is very interesting! Using ‘fishing line’ for the hanging thread would give the impression that the wire shapes are suspended in mid-air.
      I’m definitely going to give that idea a go.


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    • andrea butler
      February 16, 2015 @ 1:24 pm

      Hi Sharon, using fishing line to suspend the wire sounds a great idea! It’s exciting that you’re going to push your initial project on and experiment further to see what happens – really looking forward to seeing photos of the outcome!


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