Two Interactive Views of Our Show at Kafka’s

An amazing Vancouver photographer, known for his mind-bending wide-angle views, came to shoot some panoramas of our show.

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View #1

View #2

Now that you have a good view of the show, I can post my statement (Keith’s is on his site):

Heavy Lines
My work is usually representational, so I used the daily deadlines of a recent Thirty Days Project to challenge myself to work in abstraction. Selecting a few of those thirty pieces for further examination, I studied with a classic sumi-e teacher in Osaka to learn new brush and ink techniques in order to express them more completely.

The finished pieces are abstractions of real-world subjects and their simple, bold, dynamic lines belie the technical and physical demands involved in their creation.

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