|"89/100", 9"x12", acrylic and crayon on paper|
|You choose among framing and format options.|
|And then you can choose the size.|
I have been pondering the issue of scale. Often I see a piece of my own work or that of a student, and think: this would be FABULOUS at a drastically larger scale. But how do you DO that?? I also find interesting the juxtaposition of dramatically contrasting scales - teeny tiny marks next to great big marks. In my studio I am investigating both of these ideas. I would love to hear your thoughts on this topic.