Monday, 2 November 2009

Art Monday: Seed Fossil Flax Flower

A detail view of one of the underlying drawings from my project, Sowing Seeds & Fossils.


The text written on drafting film in the image below says,
a. Nutrient- rich shell yields dark oil when pressed.
b. Flowers have ammolite-sheen on stalks, esp. at base.
c. Pleasing to my eye. I hope transfer
works onto pumice.
d. Observed to crawl blindly up the sides of buildings to eavestroughs.


You can see the project and all it's layers here.


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6 comments:

moi said...

hello sir you know what im so fascinated with your artwork and i do have great respect to people with great work of arts thats why im following your blog

Glendon Mellow said...

Thanks Moi! I'm pretty happy with this little drawing.

DeMo said...

You have a very nice blog!

xalilavsxionu said...

yuor blog is really amazing i admire your art and you massive talent. =]

The Crap Blog Detective said...

Thats quite a detailed drawing, but a photograph would have been more useful.

Glendon Mellow said...

Thanks DeMo!
Thanks xalilavsxionu!

CB Detective, this was for a drawing class, so a photo would not have been as useful in its original purpose.

Photos also carry the hand of the artist, but often in a more hidden way. I like the filter the brain-hand-pencil give to the objects we see and imagine.

Thanks for checking it out!

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