To follow through with my idea of urban culture, i visited Duke Street in Liverpool city centre and captured a selection of photographs of buildings, street signs and billboards. I plan to combine these with Chuck Close style images to create a Rauchenburg effect for my final piece.
I’m very interested in Anne-Laure Djaballah’s works as I’m exploring a buildings and an urban lifestyle which seems to relate to her work. I love her use of different materials to create an abstract college of such things as buildings and windows. I hope be able to create a similar effect for my final piece.
ANNE-LAUREMONTRÉAL, QUÉBEC, CANADA’Greatly influenced by the urban landscape, windows and boxes (painted or actual constructions) create spaces bits of found treasure, similar to the bits and pieces that we gather over time to turn a space into a home. Lines of various sorts wander through the paintings and then the larger space, tracing a path that never finds a place to settle. ’
By using photoshop, used the adjustment layer to edit the opacity of the photograph which I had taken of a doorway in Liverpool.