For the Moving Oracle, my wife Brigitte and I took my life-sized sculpture Oracle (the original piece was in white plaster) onto our meadow at night and we projected slides of my older paintings onto the white surface and took a series of photos. I then scanned these and used them as starting points for several 2D and 3D artworks. The red is from one of my painted brushstrokes and the brilliance is amazing, especially as contrasted with the richness of the subtle variations of the dark blue.
Available as a print on paper or on canvas (with white borders only) in all suggested sizes. For a signed limited edition of 20 (number 4 now available), please click on link above for the Limited Edition.
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