Continuing with my wood sculpture…
This is the third in the series and is a variation of the first two on a couple of levels including the striking different between the edge and the grain of the Baltic birch. There are also no triangles, but an emphasis on a not quite rectangular shape. The irregularity is meant to emphasis the uniqueness of the piece.
This first series in wood sculpture is in gray, white, red and either light teal or light green using a homemade stain of an acrylic medium and high pigment acrylic paint on Baltic birch. The method I use creates brilliant colors and still allows the wood grain to be visible to a certain extent. Additionally, the edges are stained, but all attempts were made to keep the layers of the Baltic birch visible and as much a part of the art as the wood grain itself. Naturally, because of the methods I use, slight variations in color between sculptures as well as artifacts of the process exist. Both variations and artifacts are part of the art.
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