Dana Cromie

 
 
 

New Work - 2018

In January 2018, I was excited to lease a space in William Clark Studios with beautiful north-east light. This gives me the opportunity to expand the weave concept I had taken with my iPad for the last two years. Using acrylic on paper, a number of small panels are cut and arranged by formula into seamless new works. I am experimenting with the interplay of formulaic composition with the serendipity of where the painted pieces intersect.

I continue to be inspired by the world around me: landscapes both natural and man-made, the puzzle of creating tiling patterns based on the rhythms in my favourite music, and the fearless colour we experienced on our trip to India in 2017. Please enjoy!

 

water front

Water Front
Acrylic on cotton rag, glue, plywood 27" X 48"

 

Verge_of_Spring

I'm Okay with Chaos
Acrylic on cotton rag, glue, plywood 21" X 23"

 

Im_ok_with_chaos

Verge of Spring
Acrylic on cotton rag, glue, plywood 19.5" X 21"

 

grid 7 sakura

Grid #7 Sakura
Acrylic on cotton rag, glue, plywood 19.5" X 21"

 

grid 6

Grid #6
Acrylic on cotton rag, glue, plywood 20" X 22"

 

Natural Wealth

Grid #5 Snow day
Acrylic on cotton rag, glue, plywood 22" X 20"

 

grid 4

Grid #4
Ink and acrylic on cotton rag, glue, plywood 22" X 20"

 

grid 3

Grid #3
Watercolour on cotton rag, glue, plywood 21" X 20"

 

grid 2

Grid #2
Cut watercolour on paper, glue, board 21" X 20"

 
 

grid 1

Grid #1
Cut watercolour on paper, glue, board 16" X 19"