Wednesday, October 19, 2011

Third Proof

I could say My Favorite So Far, but I'm not sure. Every piece here has been a real adventure, has said something different. And I still have one more to go. The above proof is related to pieces in The Richter Scale - especially Hot Spot and Clear Lake. What is really wild about this print is that from a distance, it turns pink. But there is no pink - your eye mixes the colors like crazy.

3 comments:

Chris Kelly said...

Eva,
It's a blast to watch the proofs emerge! Regarding this proof turning pink from a distance, here's an article from the Huff post that
I found enlightening...cheers!

Chris Kelly said...

It helps if you give the link...

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2011/10/18/pink-doesnt-exist_n_1018567.html

Eva said...

A funny debate indeed - does pink actually exist? Of course it does - not just because we can mix it in our eyes, but it is found in nature. I could never quite understand though, the difference between a color made in light and one not. The "absence of green" theory IS interesting though, Chris, as this print does indeed have... no green. Thanks for commenting!