The Eyes Have It – digital decalcomania


The Eyes Have It (detail of digital decalcomania project 300 ppi)

This digital painting was begun over a photo of a portion of my Twig Collection, which has recently filled my studio with visually exciting wiggly white lines of varying diameters and length – all are birch and holly twigs obsessively and lovingly stripped of their bark back in the 1990s.

I smile every time I see them. They have always made me feel wealthy.

My next post will be the full composition.

About bobcomings

Visual artist working in wide variety of media and forms including painting, drawing , sculpture, digital drawing and painting, digital animation, and sound exploration for almost 60 years.
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2 Responses to The Eyes Have It – digital decalcomania

  1. M. Louise Stanley says:

    Hi Bob,

    What a thrill to have your book. Thank you, thank you. It’s my bed-time reading this week, though I think I’ll take it up to school to show my students before I get through it. The painting class will like to see it.

    Well, guess we’re in the age of archiving and making sense of it all. At least we’re still at it… experimenting and taking risks even if going off in different directions. It’s all about keeping interested isn’t it?

    Had a nice visit with Linda who is always fun and inspiring. Her piece in the Marin show looked great and they featured her on a nice big conspicuous wall just as you entered the gallery.

    Just got off the first of two Guggenheim reference letters that are due friday. I’ll send the second one off after Rachel Maddow. She’ll be on a rampage tonight I’m sure!

    thanks again for the lovely book, lulu


  2. Fred Smith says:

    Yeah Bob, you’re a wealthy artist.


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