It’s been a busy month getting ready for two shows, doing the shows and then allowing myself to decompress. Through it all though, I’ve been keeping up with my 100 Days Project that I started on April 4, 2017.
100 Days of Patterns Late May Update
If you’re just finding this post, I’ll recap my project. For 100 days, I am basically making marks in black and white that I plan to translate to paper clay tiles. I decided to break up the 100 days into 20 day increments. Each 20 days, I concentrate on a different shape or mark. So far, I have done circles, lines and now I’m working on triangles.
Some of the shapes definitely cross over – especially lines. When I was working on lines, it became apparent that lines can make shapes too. See below.
Here are a few of my favorite triangle drawings
It seems like a really simple exercise, and at the same time, it’s challenging to draw the same thing differently for 20 days straight. Some drawings definitely inform new ones. For example, the chevron pattern (drawing 49) evolved from the small triangles (drawing 44). And then the line work in drawing 50 is a direct result of mapping out the chevron pattern.
I’m not quite sure what my next 20 days should be, but I am hoping that inspiration strikes in the next week. 🙂
On June 17th, I’ll be doing an in store pop up shop at the West Elm in Cherry Creek.
Where & When:
West Elm Cherry Creek
2955 E 1st Ave #101
Denver, CO 80206
June 17, 2017 – 12:00 – 4:00 PM