Looking at Small Works
These small pieces are satisfying to do and often become ideas for larger works. But bigger isn’t always better. I also might consider doing some type of grid with a number of these small pieces of the same size. The wheels never stop turning.
Tonight I’m looking through some of my older pieces that may hold clues to where I want to go with some future work, along with one of the new “monotypes” shown at the top from the Little Passages series. I wonder how they would work in a larger scale.
I did a large canvas painting, shown below, based on the last small one above, and have sold several prints from it through a publisher.
The original was 36 x 60 inches. I liked painting it, and I like the result, but think I like the little monotype better.