If you carry a frame, everything’s a picture.
And outside the frame, more picture.
And outside the more, more.
- by Ronna Bloom from
See my blog: Through the Looking Glass.
Circles – The chicken or the egg; I’m not sure which came first, the alluring beauty of the circle or exploring their many gentle qualities. It wasn’t until a few years ago that I realized how much the circle had inhabited my art, both as a frame and an image.
acrylic on canvas - 24” x 24” (part of the early circle works)
ink sketches - 4” x 5” (part of the circles and poetry series)
2 Buddhist Things (part of the circles and contemplation series)
Acrylics, stickers on paper - 24” x 18”
Acrylics, stickers on paper - 5” x 7”
Acrylics and ink and stickers on paper - 12” x 9”
Windows – Unlike circles, the appearance of windows in my art is no mystery, rather it’s a design choice. My use of windows is about framing the image as well as a tool to break up and break down images and ideas to see what happens.