Landscape of a Different Scale 2 Giclee Print
This drawing is 8.5"x11" created with ballpoint black pen and colored pencils, in 2011.
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From my blog article: Some drawings create the landscape of a vastly smaller scale of existence. Drawings could represent the arrangement of molecules that line up to form continuous structures and make solid objects in our world. Or, the view could exist within an organic form where microbes and cells line up to create barriers and channels. Another possibility is that substances within an ambiguous scale beyond sub-atomic consist of nameless particles that arrange in rows and patterns to form ridges and valleys.
The 2nd drawing in this series has much more complexity than the previous work. Consecutive and repeating shapes form dense walls that could be barriers or complex hills. There are dense overlapping layers on the right side that seem to lie on a different plane than the structures on the left and bottom left corner.