Triptych Two

Three weeks ago, while in the midst of a Kandinsky influenced binge, I posted three vertical compositions that could be configured in various ways to assemble as triptychs. Below is one of the possible configurations of those three compositions.

Still working under the influence of Kandinsky’s imagery, I have created another set of three similar compositions. The palette is very different with more cool colors (blues, greens, purples) and higher contrast in values (light and dark tones). As before, all three compositions were designed with a sense of balance so that they could again be viewed in any position (backwards, upside down, standing on your head, etc.) and configured in various combinations of triptychs. They were created in Procreate app for the iPad using an Apple pencil. All were assembled by layering elements (colors, objects and textures) to create the finished pieces. The number of layers required for each is listed in the captions below.

composed of 19 layers
composed of 17 layers
composed of 17 layers

Below are several of the many possible variations of triptychs using these three images.

Author: Jeff Gold

I'm a retired musician (oboist) now living in Vermont and exploring various avenues of art, urban sketching, life drawing, block printing and digital abstractions.

2 thoughts on “Triptych Two”

    1. Hi Ruth. Yes, they might but I’m not sure I want to go through the trouble of having them printed. Been there and done that with other works in the past. But thanks very much for the suggestion. Hope to see you at life drawing.

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