Sunday, January 3, 2010

Colleen Blackard







Although these images are more representational than most of the work we post here, there is an expressive quality to them. The viewer can sense the manner that she moves the pen on the paper. A physical act. An expressive act.


In her words - Colleeen Blackard


"My art is meant to share my experience of the infinite nature of the universe. I use the unique language of intertwining ballpoint pen circles and infinity signs to shape light with darkness. My hand moves intuitively when applying marks, but I keep my eyes open to forms I wish to convey. Through this process, I create an active relationship between the infinitely small world of intimate details, the infinitely large world of distant forms, and you, the viewer."

To learn more about Colleen visit her website or follow the link on her image in the sidebar.

http://colleenblackard.carbonmade.com/
http://colleenblackard.blogspot.com/

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