Tag Archives: interlacing

Learning

My ebay offerings are about learning how to sell art in this new context. It occurs to me that close up views might help, so I’m belatedly adding these to the listings, but it’s also enjoyable just to look at … Continue reading

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Ribbons

One of the pieces reproduced on this blog shows how interlacing is present in my Islands. As with internal articulation of the forms, it is implied but not completely visible. But now I see that one value of my watercolors … Continue reading

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The Milliner’s Workshop

Maybe the most ambitious example of the interlacing style of cubism is this large piece by Picasso. That the labor represented is mimicked in the manner is interesting enough. But to show the potential of the interlacing method this piece … Continue reading

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Overlapping, Interlacing

Arp’s figuration is a bit like Klee’s, it has an aura of innocence and a species of humor, both of which are bound to make it widely popular. But though it seems inoffensive and kind of cute at first meeting, … Continue reading

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