Doodlebug

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Although a Doodlebug is a device (such as a divining rod) used in attempting to locate underground gas, water, oil, or ores, along with other even less romantic definitions, here it refers to a person who can’t stop or won’t stop drawing lines (doodles) in paint.

This painting describes what happens when free doodle-drawing meets up with a long process of weighing and adjusting the spaces between.  These two opposing forces live in a version of harmony on a flat surface made of a lot of oil paint.

Material
oil paint on canvas
Dimensions
48 x 60 x 1.5

$7,500.00

ID = 2723

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