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"egg detail study #2", copyright Dianne Bowen, 2011

they never become larger works, I use them to explore how I would like the lines to set up in the compositions of the larger pieces. they're thoughts of gesture and weight of line, thinking visually. the larger works usually don't look like these at all you'll only see inclinations lets say or suggestions of flow from one to another...

In addition to posting new work in the public realm (above), recent Praeterita interviewee Dianne Bowen is also featured in the latest issue of Whitehot Magazine with her collaborator, Kofi Fosu Forson:

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