7.24.2006

Span



Work in the studio as it progresses thru it's many stages. Layers leading to edits, and surprises that build upon each other like a city that grows over itself many times over.

13 comments:

chrisjag said...

Harold,

I like these newer ones. They have a nice surface and seem to focus more on "order vs. interruption." Keep it up. I am really impressed with your work ethic.

chrisjag said...

what is that clear stuff - are you pouring it on?

harold hollingsworth said...

Daniel Smith Acrylic Matte Medium

KJ said...

Impressive! No wonder some neat stuff sometimes happens on the reverse ;-)

william wray said...

I like how you photograph them in perspective. Have you ever thought about painting them that way?

harold hollingsworth said...

I actually have thought that I might paint the angles to a two point perspective, and with plaid combinations, and argyles, just stick around, I'll come up with plenty of things...

Gramercy Galleria said...

Your blog came to me via a detour, side-trip, meandering . . .

Words and images, very nice. I went through a series of your photographs in which you were following "things." Felt like I was on a road trip.

Do you use Daniel Smith Acryic mediums only? How do they compare with Golden or Liquitex?

chrisjag said...

when you cover the entire surface with matte medium - how is that done?

harold hollingsworth said...

it's done with a very large squeegee, and compared to Golden's same products, the Daniel SMith stuff is less expensive, and works exactly the same for me[results may vary].

chrisjag said...

Let's see a picture of the big squeegee. I love "behind the scenes" and "how to" stuff.

Steven LaRose said...
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Steven LaRose said...

Yeah, lets see your big squeegee!

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