Shapes and Squiggles 5
This abstract work, completed in 2014 combines drawing, water-wash pastel, ink and watercolor with opaque latex paint overlay. The work is done on paper and is not varnished. The picture explores issues of scale in organic patterns and interaction of shape at a more abstract level. Here, the larger of the two opaque shapes might represent a mother, host, or predator to the smaller. The exact nature of the relationship is not made clear, as might be the case if one were to peer briefly into a microscope to observe various unclassified forms.