Unusual Medium*

surrounding my hands in the stain of warmth sinking

surrounding my hands in the stain of warmth sinking - acrylic, pencil, found foam, lichen, lily seed, moss, mylar, photo transfer, pine, plasti, sage, sedum, sponge, wood, wire

It’s always interesting when a work of art’s medium* is a long list of random objects. For Gregory Euclide’s works, there is a small paragraph sharing things that were used to create his relief * pieces. In the lists you will find, bark, hair, wheat, wire, fern, pine cone. . .and the list of objects continue. How unusual. How beautiful!

optical delusions and small realities

optical delusions and small realities - Museum Installation

Gregory’s pieces are beautifully assembled landscapes created by many of the same objects that make up a real landscape. Enjoy these beautiful multi-dimensional scenes.

what bounded my routine unknowingly fell clear over the foundation

what bounded my routine unknowingly fell clear over the foundation - acrylic, canvas, found foam, fungi, leaves, lichen, moss, mylar, paper, pencil, petg, sedum, waxed thread, wood

Capture #9

capture #9 - acrylic, buckthorn root, cedar needles, foam, grass, paint can, sedum, sponge variable

* Medium – here refers to the materials used to create the art. For example an oil painting’s medium is oil.
* Relief – a projection of parts in a painting, drawing, that gives the appearance of the third dimension. 

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