- Celadon Sense (2019 - )
Celadon Sense (2019 - )
- From LOTS OF FUN WITH FINNEGANS WAKE
- Original Artwork on Page 352 of Finnegans Wake
- Created on archival Hammermill 8.50" X 11", acid-free cover stock, 216 gsm
- Media used in all originals are archival felt pen and Epson ink, and many originals use one or more of the following: acrylic, graphite, acid-free metallic gel, archival glitter glue, oil pastel, calligraphy ink, found objects, gold leaf, and bodily fluids and humours.
- Artwork Size: 11” X 8.50”
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I studied ceramics and have always loved that ethereal celadon colour.
About LOTS OF FUN WITH FINNEGANS WAKE:
This is a multi-year artwork which feeds off and is nourished by James Joyce’s final book, the 628-page novel Finnegans Wake. It yokes together my twinning interests of the visual and the verbal, the illustrative and the intellectual.
I am continuously working on the artworks: adding new words and marks on artworks that I may have started years ago. If you are interested in buying an original, I will email you a PDF of the most recent version, so that you have full knowledge of the “finished” piece.
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