Jerry M Friedman
I see myself as an artist, a craftsman, an individual, an educator, a dreamer, a conceptualist, a philosopher, or combinations of these at times. My practice reflects my fascination with twentieth century design, art, and architecture and the many years of work as an architect and academic. Early in my career, I learned by redrawing work with ink on mylar and I quickly realized its full potential. In retirement, I continue to explore the medium through my own language and morphology. I do reworks of my old drawings creating very different, improved compositions. I transfer the images, use them as underlayments, or let them faint in the background. As the work takes shape, the pieces of a puzzle reveal a story; strands reoccur, images come back to visit, layers resurface.
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