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Coloured Plates

Lieschen Mueller
pages from the sketchbook

stacking irregular shapes

Cutting cardboard or MDF plates into irregular quadrangles.

The possible convex quadrangles are Quadrilaterals, Trapezium, Parallelogram, Rectangle, Rhombus, Square, Kite. I am using any convex one which is not of the 6 regular shapes. Still the most ones do have one 90°degree angle because of the cutting process.

Each quad has two long sides and two shorter head ones.
Quads can be connected head to head, side by side, head on side.

The resulting figures.

painting into the space and time

©2023 Lieschen Mueller marquette
acrylic colours on cardboard

improvisation and composition
following the lines, connections and edges versus free contradiction
dense heavy versus fluid colours, spraying, washes

Keep in mind every view has a backside, which might look totally different. Like a mountain is seen mostly from one side because we usually do not fly. Every top has a bottom, and sides, too.

references to other art works

schijld(eren) and advertisements, billboards, neon and traffic signs augmented reality vs AI → augmented intelligence ← there is loop, vicious cycle

my works

knee high tights Formal-In-Formal

other artist

| | Slaughtered Ox also: Flayed Ox
Carcass/Side of Beef
oil on wood panel
1655 by Rembrandt
Louvre in Paris since 1857 |
Rembrandt van Rijn and the Netherlands’ artists of the 17th century
Hans Hofmann → Frank Stella → the schijld, sign, plate in space
Hans Hartung, Hans Hofmann, Lee Krassner → (in)formal aspects

computer experiments and generators

Coloured Frames The Zim Zum Mobiles Formal-In-Formal