Artwork journals with Japanese colored papers.

Artwork journals with Japanese colored papers.

Saturday, February 25, 2012

Little by little

A Part of "Fantastic Plants 3"

Above is a small part from the painting on 15×21 inches paper board, which is relatively a big piece in my recent works.  While painting in a spacious paper field and trying to grab the overall layout, I stick on tiny areas to complete my tiny adherence to colors and texture.  Those combination of colors and textures are often found in nature, such as the view on minerals in section, and sometimes on artificial materials as decayed walls.  Many people have their own adherence and some people want to share it by reproducing into art as paintings, photographs and fashion design.  I think it is quite an unique activity which makes humans as they are. 

On the other hand, Ziggy doesn't waste his time on such nonsense.  He's been the art of gravity and soft texture like the melting stuff painted by Salvador Dali. 


  1. Indeed, Ziggy appears to be channeling Dali's "The Persistence of Memory".
    The layering effects in this painting are simply beautiful.

  2. Thank you Stephanie! Yes, layering effects are the fun part, as layers of papers show various kinds of textures as well as subtle colors.