Transparency

The works on perspex (acrylic glass) are all made by drawing on the reverse side (so what you see is a mirror image of what I've been working on). The perspex drawing is then mounted on or hung about 4 cm from the wall, so that the light can shine through and cast a shadow of the drawing on the wall behind.

  • Twisted trunk

    Twisted trunk

    Text marker on transparent perspex. Photo: Piet Gispen Photography

    Год
    2010
    Размеры
    50 x 100cm (WxH)
  • Potbellied pig

    Potbellied pig

    photo: Piet Gispen Photography

    Год
    2011
    Размеры
    100 x 50cm (WxH)
  • Potbellied pig (detail)

    Potbellied pig (detail)

    photo: Piet Gispen Photography

    Год
    2011
  • The lime tree

    The lime tree

    Год
    2009
    Размеры
    58 x 162cm (WxH)
  • The lime tree (detail)

    The lime tree (detail)

    Год
    2009
  • Uprooted

    Uprooted

    An uprooted beech tree in a park... The tangle of roots is quite 'flat', like a giant wheel, apparently beeches do not put down deep roots.

    Год
    2012
    Размеры
    123 x 90cm (WxH)
  • Working on 'Uprooted'

    Any perspex drawing takes a long time because I use minute strokes and even dots to achieve the final image. The gloves are to prevent leaving skin grease on the perspex (usually I wear cotton ones, but they were all in the laundry). There's no audio with this vid, by the way.