Lisbon Street Art: Forgotten Arch

Lisbon, acrylic paint on paper.

Always looking to blend or camouflage work into its surroundings. This approach might buy the work a little more time on the street, or it may not. The reality of not only street art being ephemeral but everything slowly crumbling before our eyes is a beautiful thing to observe.

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photo by Ezra Dickinson

Blue Brother Bald

Acrylic and adhesive vinyl on wood. Approximate dimensions 20″x20″, NFS.

Going for a very contrasting pallet, the tan of the wood grain becomes the visual that pops in this work. While the reds of the adhesive vinyl provide detail and depth. Blue provides a relief to the eyes and a way to begin agin.

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Photo by Ezra Dickinson

Unsniffed

Low fire, thrown, over glaze with wax resist. Approximate dimensions 8″x1’X8″, NFS.

Always looking to create satisfying shapes and visuals, this vase has an almost hidden pop of vibrant yellow spiraling down its outsides.

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Photo by Ezra Dickinson.

Chin Mayo

Chin Mayo was a collaborative mural installation, between Day Chan and baldmanwatching. This mural was created on the walls and floor of FRED Wildlife Refuge Gallery in Seattle, curated by Sean M. Johnson in 2011. Sixteen hours where spent masking out the gallery with painters tape. Twelve hours were spent splattering paint using a number of different methods. Final touches were rolling out chunks of color organizing the chaos to create the finished piece.

A time laps of the work being created can be viewed here: https://vimeo.com/39358106

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Photos by Ezra Dickinson