I've been waiting for a few years before I dove back into using this special highly reflective halographic paper. This is one of my most favorite materials to use.
The result is a process I've been developing for years now, paint on and scrape off while it is still wet. I enjoy this process because I end up with individual unique pieces within a larger series. Each piece has it's own character, movement and engery.
These pieces are also not static. Movement and light plays the central role in how you see these pieces. The colors shift dramatically as you move around it also reflecting the light back out into the space. At certain points of the day if the sun hits it just right the entire room will light up with broken shards and slivers of rainbow patches.
Because these pieces are so highly reflective it made it challenging to photograph. These photos were taken in direct sunlight to show the color range. I also included a photo of a rainbow shard on the ceiling.
-Signed and numbered on the back.
-Hand deckled edges
-Series 25 and 7 AP''s
-Size: Roughly 19" × 25.5" in. Sizes slightly vary due to hand deckled edges.