I like art that speaks in broken geometrics.
These works are mostly black and white, and mostly faces. They are also mostly drawn outside the line…with form and shape rather than simple line itself (except when an exceptional exception is worthy). The sharp alteration between postiive and negative causes features to flicker back and forth. Right angles are somehow not quite right, while wrong angles are. If no image feels quite comfortable in its space, I’m comfortable with that. But not too comfortable.
Each print is limited to a series of ten. Each bears a bit of verbal whimsy describing the graphic mischief therein. Meet Orba! And Arraydo.