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Noah, thanks for reaching out and connecting. I love the creative impulses of your art that gives rise to deep inner joy. Look forward to knowing you. Tetka
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This painting was heavily influenced by the improvised jazz sound of John Coltrane. I feel it captures in light, what sounds can be heart blasting from a sassy sax, fine piano notes, and a deep bumping bass. Visual music to accent any room with the romantic attitude of musical genius. Automatic Drawing. The marker moves fast, with no plan about what it should make. I find that a new marker, produces a punchy drawing unlike any other. For every drawing that makes it to a finished artwork, there...
Let it Flow
Automatic Drawing. The marker moves fast, with no plan about what it should make. I find that a new marker, produces a punchy drawing unlike any other. For every drawing that makes it to a finished artwork, there are about 100 that remain as improvised sketches. I roll up the rejects and through them in the trash. With a sharpie, there are no mistakes and I am forced to accept every line, and every gesture as the basis of the work. Factors like the age of the marker and the type of paper drastically...
God Spoke
Automatic Drawing. The marker moves fast, with no plan about what it should make. I find that a new marker, produces a punchy drawing unlike any other. For every drawing that makes it to a finished artwork, there are about 100 that remain as improvised sketches. I roll up the rejects and through them in the trash. With a sharpie, there are no mistakes and I am forced to accept every line, and every gesture as the basis of the work. Factors like the age of the marker and the type of paper drastically...
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