Peter Foucault! and some of my works


With some researching on the internet, i found another artist that creates interesting works! The artist is Peter Foucault.

In his latest series, he created a robot which can perceive sound, making use of sound in the environment to create art pieces! The art piece created is similar to automated techniques due to the end result cannot be predicted due to the never constant human traffic.

Some of his other art works,


Collage + Ink!!!


These impressive lines

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Bridge, 2008 Ink on paper 72 × 44 in 182.9 × 111.8 cm

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Bellows, 2014 Ink, blown ink and collaged antique USGS maps 45 × 48 in 114.3 × 121.9 cm


Whip Series #2 Drawing and blown ink on paper 24 × 36 in 61 × 91.4 cm

Whip Series #2
Drawing and blown ink on paper
24 × 36 in
61 × 91.4 cm

My take on his works~~

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It was initially just twigs and dried leaves when i first started out the monoprint. As i continued on, i didnt want to destroy the design that were made earlier, hence i used the twigs to splat ink and draw lines randomly. I am quite pleased that it came out so nice! Time for more experiment!!


Artist in action


One of the artist that impresses me the more i know about him is Jackson Pollock.






These are the works that i really like from Jackson Pollock. The depth and the movement that can be seen from these random lines. I will definitely try this.


i like these simple, flowly lazy looking lines


the splashes is definitely something that i will try to include within my creations


they look like cute little spirits dancing


Other than the very dense pieces like above, these were a series that caught my attention too! Its not very complicated but with this limited amount of strokes and splashes, the effect and emotion that is created is very impactful.

While reading the interviews found in “Jackson Pollock Works|Writing|Interviews”, i found something very useful.


It is regarding the technique he uses to create some of this art.


The way different papers work is something that I need to considered too.

The sentence he said that hit me really hard.And something that i feel that we should consider about.


“Painting is my whole life…”

Info from these 2 wonderful books:

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-No Limits, Just Edges: Jackson Pollock Paintings on Paper organised by Susan Davidson

-Jackson Pollock Works|Writings|Interviews by Nancy Jachec

p.s. The featured image is a lovely photo of Jackson Pollock and his wife(Lea Krasner) in his studio.






Monoprint created by laying a string on top


The first few monoprints from my very first mono printing session!

I was very amazed by the effects created by monoprinting and how each time I print, even though it has the same setup, it comes out different everything. I guess this is the true meaning of monoprint huh.

As i move along doing many more patterns, i realised how it would help us in the assignment of generating emotion lines. The first thought that I had was to just draw on the paper showing all the different emotions. However, that method would be so “dead” and lifeless. As compared to that, monoprint has that uncertainty and the energy that comes through. As much as we planned for something, the final result might be different too.This is was i love about monoprinting.

And also, in order to create more monoprints, i went to Ummi’s house to have a mini monoprinting session (even though i said mini, it actually lasted for around 4hours) With more experience in printing, i was able to get more materials and ideas on how to approach it.

And here are the results!!!

Yes, me getting crushed by the monoprints we did

Yes, me getting crushed by the monoprints we did