Iconography

In the study below, I used a collection of icons that represent my brother Mike* and me. I’ve also been looking at some of the line drawings of Paul Klee, and marveling at, not only their simplicity, but their flawless placement on the paper.

Watercolor: Abstract - Brother Iconology 102517

Iconology
12″x9″ 140# Cold Pressed Watercolor Block

I think this piece stands on its own but I don’t know if it is important to explain the meanings and arrangement or if my inner compulsions to create this piece have consequence to the audience.


*Mike is my brother who is autistic, low functioning and nonverbal

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