DANIEL BARTHOLOMEW

Daniel takes an intuitive approach to his work.  He begins with a single line or an irregular shape - and then adds and alters successive forms, elements and colors until a cumulative level of interaction exists to communicate a cohesive feeling and  a complete idea. Many of his designs are unrestrained in their use of color and complexity while others are minimalistic black and white compositions.  Often in the process of creating arrays of lines and forms, he relies upon pareidolia as a means to identify and build upon recognizable elements. At times he integrates words into his artworks. The artist routinely creates smaller artworks that he refers to as "abstractoons." 

 

Framed pen and ink drawing of geometric figures of black on yellow and white. Quick shop
and there was not a particle of it which he did not behold - original Quick shop
Untitled (2) - original Quick shop
Original pen and ink drawing of geometric figures of black, red, pink on white. Quick shop
Framed orriginal geometric abstract black ink on white paper. Quick shop
Seventy Times Seven - poster Quick shop

Seventy Times Seven - poster

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