Printmaker and painter Dolores Poacelli is a longtime member of InLiquid. Her use of bright contrasting colors in color blocking creates a pattern fit for any room in your home.
Relationships (I always say) are never easy: especially those between color, shape, texture, space . . . and tension. The relationship of the part to the part, the part to the whole and the relationship of the piece to the viewer . . . no matter what materials I use is all important. I use titles to emotionalize these abstract pieces to help communicate a connection between the individual and the universal whole.
In the metal pieces I use recycled aluminum printing press plates which I sand, cut and glue onto wood panels, they are about energy and light, patterns and motion, all influenced by the microcosm of life forms, biology, and a hint of satire.