Frequent Causality

So, I don’t think they’re crazy good, but they’re alright. I’d like more in this style but larger, as a larger frame of reference is more condusive to a sense of collapsing, imploding and decentred space. THe ‘nice’ thing is the detail, which it’s pretty hard to see at this detail. Oh, Number 8 is already taken.

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Frequent Causality 1 24″x24″ mixed media on canvas

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Frequent Causality 2 24″x24″ mixed media on canvas

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Frequent Causality 3 24″x24″ mixed media on canvas

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Frequent Causality 4 24″x24″ mixed media on canvas

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Frequent Causality 5 24″x24″ mixed media on canvas

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Frequent Causality 6 24″x24″ mixed media on canvas

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Frequent Causality 7 24″x24″ mixed media on canvas

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Frequent Causality 8 24″x24″ mixed media on canvas

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Frequent Causality 9 24″x24″ mixed media on canvas

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