Spider Colony

Spider Colony


Ink on card 

33 x 52 cms

Framed and mounted in a gold-look frame

Last in a monochrome series of abstracts this is called 'Spider Colony'' because the long tendrils of ink look like spider legs and the adjoining parts are the web. It was created the same way as the other two, in that ink was dropped onto wet card and a straw used to blow the strands of ink, allowing them to go whichever way they wanted. The card was tilted so that the pools of ink converged together.


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