Category: Art

  • Anni Albers Inspired Drawings

    Today I am in an organizing and collecting mood. I have found that I have quite a lot of these Anni Albers inspired line drawings. They are something I always return to.

  • Alex Katz Flower Paintings

    As promised, I am blogging about Alex Katz flower paintings, and attempting to copy his technique. Lately I have been obsessed with his style. He is so economical in what he shows you. He pares the lines and colors down to only what is necessary to make his case that these are some flowers. Why […]

  • On Copying an Artist’s Process

    I’ve been striving to publish more blog posts lately and as a result, I am starting to find a common thread in the way I like to work. One of my go-to techniques for getting started is copying an artist’s process. I take an artist and try to figure out how they made the thing. […]

  • Vector Brushstroke Art

    This week I’ve been working on some vector brushstroke art. I have been taking the digitized brushstroke collages and bringing them to another level by vectorizing the brushstrokes. This: Becomes this:

  • Digitized Brushstroke Collages

    Abstract art is so alluring, but also daunting. The greats make it look easy (Diebenkorn, Rothko, Mitchell), but the reality is that it is so much easier to make a lot of crap. Yet I keep getting drawn to making it. Not sure why. Lately I’ve been making these digitized brushstroke collages. It started out […]

  • Generative Art: A look at process

    Once again I’m revisiting the process I use for creating generative art. I recently came across this comprehensive blog post on generative art from Artnome, and it’s really inspired me to look back at how my process has evolved, and why I am drawn to this type of image making. On to the process. I […]