I made this sketch at the MOMA in New York. I sat down by a huge Jackson Pollock canvas, all textural, and splattered and watched ( and sketched) as throngs of museum goers filed past it. It was exciting to capture the contrast of this large abstract painting that was up on the wall and the transient nature of the audience who filed past it. They looked like ghost passing by the never-changing artwork.
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This is a print of my original sketch done with watercolor, pen and ink. The print is designed to float in a standard sized frame with a thin white border. Image #3 shows how it would look in a frame. Printed on Archival Fine Art Paper. The colors of the actual print are richer and more vibrant than this web image. Each print is signed and carefully packed and shipped.
All my sketches are done on-site, from direct observation. The print you will receive is a high-resolution scan of the original and will show all it's natural imperfections (the blot of an inked-in line, a faintly drawn pencil sketch under the watercolor), all integral to the process.
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