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Daniel Lowery Collection


Loop da Loo #000727

(Note: Mylar ink drawing not included in above  reproduction)

Provenance: 2000. Drawing, print, handwritten journal pages, facing, two sided. Black, violet, yellow, orange, red on white. Ink on mylar, ballpoint on lined notebook paper, watercolor printed by woodblock. 8 1/2 in. X 11 in. Signed Lower right.

Artist comment: For many days the summer of 2000 I carried a three-ring binder and wrote in the pages, using a daily spiral that emulated the passage of the hours in a looping form. Each hour I noted what I'd done. I cut woodblocks for the color. The inked Mylar line is a path I deduced from a study of the images in the film, "Planet of the Apes", and they were made originally for the "36 Views of the Locus of Beauty"--a video installation.

About Daniel: His website is where one finds Daniel is " ... an award-winning garden designer who has had a love and passion for gardens since he was a child. He believes, 'Garden design is an art form. A garden is a 3D living sculpture that is not only beautiful, but works to protect and nourish the owner.'" One can find articles about his successes by browsing for his name.

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