Bombers xii

I went to Camarillo to pick up the sculptures from the gallery and put them into the studio so Bert can see them alongside the paintings. As I think I have already said, I intend to start introducing images from the sculptural work into the 2d work right away, starting with Bombers, so the sculptural world and the painted world become one. I like this idea, as it rationalizes the two methods of expressing the same ideas into one combined universe and will bring unity to what might have seemed to be two bodies of work, separated by their media. Personally I’m more interested in reviving or creating a world of prehistoric ideals in contemporary times.

I think this can also work in the opposite direction, and I could start using the situations and things in the paintings in order to inspire sculptural or performance elements.

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Michael Pearce is an artist, writer, and professor of art. He is the author of "Art in the Age of Emergence."
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