Rotunda in the Clouds

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Mixed Media, 2019
20 x 26″

In my upcoming weeks, I will be dedicating myself entirely to completing a long-term portrait drawing that I have been working on since January, the iconic Mona Lisa. As I focus on this endeavor, I would like to take the opportunity to share some of my personal favorite paintings from the past. Please find the description below:

This image is inspired by my visit to the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (SFMOMA). As I explored the museum, I was captivated by the design of its entrances, which featured smooth, texture-less curves, minimalist aesthetics, and an abundance of natural light. It struck me that these spaces were purposefully designed to create a calming and stress-relieving environment.

During this period, I was also engaged in an experimental phase with digital canvases, specifically exploring the use of ultraviolet and gamma colors. I wanted to push the boundaries of the medium and explore the maximum brightness and intensity achievable on a physical surface, such as a canvas or metallic texture. In addition, I began exploring printing on absorbent metallic surfaces, as opposed to traditional non-glossy paper, with the intention of creating artwork that emitted its own ultraviolet and gamma light even in a darkened room. This image for me, demonstrated the successful realization of this concept.

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