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giovedì 3 novembre 2011

Painted Tiles with natural inks - Part I.

I love geometrical forms, and when I think on it, the first that comes to my mind are TILES... Their sequence, their repetitions, many kinds of forms and arrangements. There is inside them a strange mistery of art, different interpretations, all inside the forms, the way you can see them... Here I show the first part of my painted papers with a particular tile pattern that I've called CROSSED SIGNALS. Hope you all like them. 

NOTHING of these patterns was done with rules, all is done freehand, the grids, the tiles, all...

I want to ask to you (all my blog readers and visitors) to tell me and show me if you have any particular tile you want to be painted into paper. I will be pleased to try your suggestions!

2 commenti:

  1. These are very interesting patterns. Your color combinations are very nice. Great job Salvatore. If you are looking for ideas, you might do a search for southwest pattern tiles for something fun to inspire you.

  2. Thank You Deb! Your hint about tiles are amazings! I think there is a lot of models that can be adapted to this painting technique! Hope soon I can try them!


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