Mindhue Studio

Printmaking, conceptual and installation art

Tag: grayscale

Noodling with the Taijitu

On a lark I did some animation silliness today. The typical explanation for the taijitu, or the yin-yang symbol ( ☯ ), mentions how dark and light are intertwined, one leads to the other in a symbiotic wax-and-wane cycle, and one contains the seed of the other inside. Well, said I, I wonder what this

Nave Residency, Day 8

Today started off, oddly enough, as something of a clean-up day. I moved the trash bags I’m using as floor protectors for the wet projects, I shifted a bunch of the loose cubes over to where the river production area was, I cleaned up the pixel dice construction site, and collected boxes in one area

Nave Residency, Day 7

Interesting stuff today. I was hoping to have images of all three pixel rivers done, but the Mississippi is being difficult and I needed to re-glue several tributaries, this time using clamps. I should have been using clamps the entire time! But anyway, other stuff still got done. I finished all nine of the Random

Vexilla: Serial Monoprints with Flag Imagery

I managed to do some organizing today, and while doing so finally signed and photographed some serial monoprint pieces I did at the Vermont Studio Center last March. These are called “Vexilla” (singular “Vexillum”), and are groups of twelve prints, starting in the upper right hand corner and going left to right to the bottom

Random Tangents, Three Circles

…perhaps demonstrative of my thinking processes or something. Anyway, for these images I used a series of nine numbers culled from random.org to set the diameter and x-y coordinates of three circles in Illustrator. I then drew the segments and rays emanating from the circle centers and various tangential points on their circumferences. I then