A line, a movement, an impression: is mark-making only the privilege of people with palette and paint? The snail's trail (of course) is silvery. But what of the wingbeats of bats, invisible, but mischievous, and as color-latent as any brushstroke?
This project began with the darker <i>undertones</i> of an earlier exhibit, <a href="http://gallery.nsitu.ca/exhibit/domestic-incidents/WwLCapi82SB_IQ">Domestic Incidents</a>: a series of heady black and white photos, printed large on cheap newsprint. To brighten the atmosphere, I asked kids and adults alike to help colour-in the prints. The transformations are collected here along with my bad jokes. You might want to turn off your sound.
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A mountain range in oatmeal is positively <a href="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Orogeny">orogenic</a>.
Large magnet, used by roof-installers to retrieve fallen nails.
Check out <a href="http://www.youmegallery.ca">Bryce Kanbara's gallery</a> on James St. North, Hamilton.
Freezing rain wraps the trees in glaze. Are you in tune with <a href="http://discovermagazine.com/2001/nov/featpollock">fractal dimensions</a>?
You're looking at the inside of a coffee pot
Key patterns etched onto the screen of an ASUS G75 Laptop.
Tim's favourite comedian is <a href="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7G_zSos8w_I">British</a>.
In order to cover a sawblade stencil in sawdust, you're going to need another sawblade.
Stuck in a pail of dried-out drywall compound.