Scrolls

 
 Untitled (Blue Scroll) - detail

Untitled (Blue Scroll) - detail

 
  Scrolls installed in the Buell Theater in Denver, CO for the Latter   Day Blooms show in 2011

Scrolls installed in the Buell Theater in Denver, CO for the Latter Day Blooms show in 2011

 
  Untitled (Blue Scroll) 

Untitled (Blue Scroll) 

 
  Untitled (Blue Scroll) - detail

Untitled (Blue Scroll) - detail

 
  Untitled (Blue Scroll) - detail

Untitled (Blue Scroll) - detail

 
  Untitled (Blue Scroll) - detail

Untitled (Blue Scroll) - detail

 
  Untitled (Lime Scroll) 

Untitled (Lime Scroll) 

 
  Untitled (Lime Scroll) - detail

Untitled (Lime Scroll) - detail

 
  Untitled (Lime Scroll) - detail

Untitled (Lime Scroll) - detail

 
  Untitled (Lime Scroll) - detail

Untitled (Lime Scroll) - detail

 
  Untitled (Oceanscape Scroll) 

Untitled (Oceanscape Scroll) 

 
  Untitled (Oceanscape Scroll) - detail

Untitled (Oceanscape Scroll) - detail

 
 Untitled (Oceanscape Scroll) - detail

Untitled (Oceanscape Scroll) - detail

 
  Untitled (Oceanscape Scroll) - detail

Untitled (Oceanscape Scroll) - detail

 

Notes on the Scrolls

These are the first three of a series of scroll-like paintings. They are not framed, so you can clearly see their edges, which I cut by hand.

These paintings were made using acrylic and ink washes on watercolor paper. The emphasis in the paintings is on color, with each scroll containing a wider range of color than I typically used in my paintings prior to these. I wanted them to be lively and vivid.

The inspiration for these works came from Japanese and Chinese scrolls, often combined in groups of three or more to make a triptych. At some point, I hope to mount my scrolls on shoji or similar screens to they can stand on the floor.