Cyclic ByHand PxPaint Media ▪XL Works
From Michael Victor, the Artist, welcome to Contemporary px Impressionism -– for today's Pixel ▪Zoom world. While at the heart are 21c Life & Landscape, like in the Late19c, the source of works are micro 'pxIm-pressions'-- 'pxims' for short.
Video here illustrates samples of pxims from the Late19c made by the Impressionist Master Edgar Degas.
The '▪XL Process' magnifies luminous effects as by Degas, before now implausible -- to the light of day.
Women: Impressionist's 19c · Impressionist's 21c
2020 Art Exhibition
ConTEMPO 2020 NYC Art Innovation
OntheFringe NYC Mar - Oct.
Barcelona, Spain July
SHEROES NY Mar-Apr
Viviana Puello Gallery
New York City January
Featured: 'The Landscape of 21C Liberty'
This triptych advanced in '21is shown below.
"...Like everything digital today, fine-art print technology & archival paper offerings advance w blinding speed!
There are pros/cons to canvas prints & final color by hand, indicative of great flexibility & decision-making
required through 3 ·XL*Process phases."
MVR: Nature and Virtuality
."....MVR’s works go electric with vitality, felt in swift strokes down to minute details, which resemble dot patterns of Pointillism.
The difference – owing to variation in subjects, light conditions, techniques, paper media, etc – patterns of source pixels have such tremendous variety to yield hundreds of fresh artistic effects."
In Pastels·XL Works (behind), pxims arise from lucent pigment grains I lay-in by-Hand while forging Hard Pastel works. They vary most dramatically when truly microscopic.
In contrast to19c Impressionism, area colors & effects are never fixed precisely. Instead once scanned I 'zoom-in' to discover & interpret them, and then magnify the by-Hand composition entirely.
That's how all works start, even complex multilayered ones, such as 'Standing Free Canvas' works.