This piece entitled “Babylon” represents human communication, the meaning of which is too often lost in translation. What once might have had great importance becomes gibberish. Good intentions are reduced to indecipherable glyphs.
“Babylon” was originally entitled “Miami Babylon” because the colors turquoise and coral always remind me of a trip I took as a child with my family to visit a great aunt in Biscayne Bay. I decided to keep it simple.
I’ve been trying to wrap my artist brain around some new processes and procedures in the studio. Changes in equipment always present challenges, and there is definitely a learning curve. Always something new to learn!