Fog

Tuesday, July 13th, 2010

Fog, detail, by Amy Crook

Fog, detail, by Amy Crook

This piece was made deliberately vague, just a hint of a figure hiding in the violet fog. The monoprinting process helped to further add blur and squishiness to the image, so that it’s only our human nature to see a face wherever there’s the right arrangement of shapes that brings out the figure at all.

Fog, 3″x3″ print on 8″x11″ watercolor paper, $299 with free shipping.

The framing of the image on the paper adds to the sense of mystery, as though it’s a tiny window into something larger, the open area to the right and above adding a feeling of vastness.

This print is on a sheet of paper that is unframed, and will need to be matted and/or framed to be suitable for hanging. I’m always happy to frame things for you for the cost of materials, and shipping’s always free.

Fog by Amy Crook

Fog by Amy Crook

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