Behind my SENIOR SHOW "Exposed": Dec 3rd 2010
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    These assemblages are meant to be less serious in nature and provide the viewer with an fun, attractive and engaging work of art that has charm, … Read More
    These assemblages are meant to be less serious in nature and provide the viewer with an fun, attractive and engaging work of art that has charm, feeling and loads of personality. The Music Monsters motif is repeated throughout the two panels. Read Less
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"Mira Mira" Music 2 Move 2. 
Two wood panels 32X52 with removable bulging warped "speaker" attached. 
completed December 2nd, 2010
Above:
Puttin' in Work.
Below:
Everything started with this repeat pattern hand drawing that i scanned into the computer.
In Adobe Illustrator I drew this warped grid based off works by Victor Vasserly and his way of creating space and depth.
Because it is a repeat pattern; by default it can be cut into a perfect square that repeats. This is the image that I set to the Warped grid.
Below:
Me working on putting the pattern to the grid.
the image of the MUSIC MONSTERS is printed above over 450 times.
screen printing the repeat pattern.
over and over again.
Once the Image was set it was time to set the color pallet. 
pattern registered and repeated over and over
The next step is to now set the Warped grid imagery to the defined color pallet. 
This is the left panel 
This is the Right panel.
In the above image I am cutting into the Digital print Pattern to reveal the underneath screen printed image in Black & White.
Here I have placed the wall panels up without the black framing. Overall, I finalizing the method of attachment for the speakers.
AND THE FINAL ARTWORK PRESENTED AT THE COLLEGE OF DESIGN FISH MARKET GALLERY
Even got a shot of a patron coming through to check out the work on display at inside the gallery.