Thursday, April 30, 2009


So this is gridzilla. She's large, and I love her. 


These are the type of images I want along side the giant grid. I think the open dark spots will be a nice rest from the chaos of curves flowing throughout the giant grid.

contacts for curves

Thursday, April 23, 2009


This is the kind of grid I am looking to put  up for my show. I think each picture will be the normal 8 1/2 X  11 size, so I can make a giant grid of these. I will also be incorporating the text I write. I'm still not sure how I want to mesh the text in....don't know if I want to write on the actual images, print on them, write on something aside from the images....any suggestions?

Once I finish printing all of the images I will really figure out my arrangement, looking at how the compositions of each connect with and compliment or contrast each other. There is some color variation in the images, due to variations in skin color, which I think will add to the grid, giving it a different depth than what the images already have to offer.

Monday, April 6, 2009

This one is similar to the last image, both in progress. I've been looking into the composition more, using the transparent layers to make lines flow and catch the eye, so the viewer isn't stuck in one spot. Maybe trying to create some chaos.


There was something about the way he touched her curves, that she couldn't understand. In a bed ,they lay, in his sleep, a hand gravitates to her girth. The ignorance he held was pitiful. His eyes like those of a puppy dog haunted her as she slept. The ins and outs raced through her lop sided mind, she disrupted his sleep with a jerk of nerves, they doubled in her sleep, because she kept them so well hidden in the light of faces. He told her once he couldn't figure out what was going on in her mind. Truthfully- It was intriguing he said....Sarcastically- a mystery she said.