A painting professor (Richard Thompson, NOT the musician) once said to me, "pay attention to the littlest, most dumb idea you have. That is what makes your art unique." In this spirit, yesterday I made a dumb little wave:
Believe it or not, this was the largest I could get the image to display. You see, though, how dumb it is. Just a lot of little curlicues. I can't seem to help drawing curlicues; have drawn them since I was old enough to hold a pencil.
But it was kind of fun to make each little drawing talk to the one next to it, moving and flowing but remaining fundamentally the same thing.
Any ideas for how to mount this sort of piece, cheaply? Other than with binder clips?