PATTERN PLAY: Behavior Patterns/Cranky
PATTERN PLAY: Behavior Patterns/Cranky I play with vertical and horizontal reflections of pattern pieces until I see what the process reveals. In this case: The Terrible twins who never give in.
PATTERN PLAY: Repeat pattern
PATTERN PLAY: Repeat pattern Yeah, yeah. I know my pattern names are weird. But this one reminded me of looking under the microscope in Mr. Tibbets science class in 5th grade.
PATTERN PLAY: Pattern Pets
PATTERN PLAY: Pattern Pets Using my CELL-liberations pattern parts, I created a small herd of critters. I later pulled out single images to make more simple graphics.
PATTERN PETS: Repeat Pattern
PATTERN PETS: Repeat Pattern
PATTERN PLAY: Remix
PATTERN PLAY: Remix I take images out of my patterns and experiment with them to see what happens. Repeat, reflection, layering, and rotating can yield interesting results.
PATTERN PLAY: Repeat Pattern
PATTERN PLAY: Repeat Pattern Once I added color to my ink sketch I saw the possibilities and made many variations with it, including the Fiesta Chair featured on my Home Page.
PATTERN PLAY
PATTERN PLAY This seems to me to be celestial but at the same time is a visual expression of bop music.
Jungle Jam Repeat Pattern
Jungle Jam Repeat Pattern
PATTERN PLAY: Cees Fire
PATTERN PLAY: Cees Fire This was done for a themed show about current events. 30" x 30" art mounted on a wood panel. Not normally my thing, but one has to grow.
Flowereality Chair
Flowereality Chair Pattern applied to a found chair.
Pattern panels
Pattern panels
Jax Jungle Jam Warm
Jax Jungle Jam Warm Jungle vegetation gone warm and wild.
Jax CELL-liberation Pattern Piece
Jax CELL-liberation Pattern Piece I take images out of my patterns and experiment with them to see what happens. Repeat, reflection, layering, and rotating can yield interesting results.
Jungle Jam Remix Repeat Pattern
Jungle Jam Remix Repeat Pattern

Pattern Play

Pattern design, also known as Surface Design, is often theme-based work. In my Pattern Play practice, I use my ink sketches done without any idea of what they might become. It's a method that I share with students as it can reveal new work goal options, and it's fun!

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