This week’s art is a case where I started out with a series of geometric designs, threw in some color, some filters, more tinkering and fiddling, and managed to come up with a semi-abstract realization of the female form. Think of it as sort of a “Venus emerging from a Shell” artwork. It was created entirely in the computer because summer sucks for those of us with auto-immune disorders, and I’m having a long stretch of what the medical professionals call “wonky fingers.”
Still, I was happy with the way this one turned out.
Click to see it bigger.
Meanwhile, Monday at on The AIR, this week our Haversham Recording Institute friends are finally done providing translation services for The Olympics. We will be running encore plays of recent episodes of Prognosis, Psychedelic Shack and Sydney’s Big Electric Cat until next week, because they needed some time off after wrapping up that project. This afternoon you can hear Nigel Pye’s Psychedelic Shack at 2 PM and Herman Linte with Prognosis at 3 PM.
At 7 PM tune in for a Monday Marathon of Nigel Pye’s Psychedelic Shack, to get you ready for his return next week.
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