By David Palmer
Catalogue #: DP-003.01
Style: Repeating Pattern
“This collection is based on a painting I did of cherry blossoms at the Huntington Gardens in San Marino, California. I’d been looking at a lot of Japanese art, so I’m sure that was an influence, and the broken-up surface was inspired by aging frescoes I’d seen in Italy. In a way this motif is a meeting of East and West, kind of like California itself. The line drawings layered over the painted imagery, and sometimes appearing on their own, refer to the visual note-taking that makes up much of my art practice.
Biosphere is a scientific term for the total sum of living organisms on earth.”
The many variations within the Biosphere collection give designers the opportunity to choose from a wide variety of color and texture combinations, ranging from understated modern simplicity to richly layered surfaces reminiscent of ageing frescos or peeling billboards. These combinations can be used individually, to set a particular mood, or playfully mixed and matched from panel to panel. Regardless of which selection of backgrounds and colorways are chosen, the overlay of hand-rendered line drawings will tile seamlessly between them.
Ideation to installation.
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