Now you see me, now you don’t

As I get more organised, I’m going to start posting some of my favourite art pieces that haven’t been placed into the more permanent portfolios of my paintings and illustrations on this site.

Here are two sculptures I completed a few years ago that complement the chameleon drawings you may already have seen in the Paintings section. These two pieces were made from wire armatures to form the basic shape,  then covered in air dry clay and then each circle was painstakingly painted in acrylic. Each sculpture is presented in front of a two-part acrylic painted panel, one plain and one patterned to create the illusion of camouflage in one condition, but not the other. Not surprisingly, the first is called Hide and the second Seek.

Hide

Seek

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