Tag: delft

“Time Out of Mind” 36×48 in. size M, acrylic on panel, Jeff Del Nero 2018

“Babel 2.0.1” 48x36in. size M, Acrylic on panel, Jeff Del Nero 2017

 

 

detail 1
“Babel 2.0.1” 48x36in. size M, Acrylic on panel, Jeff Del Nero 2017

detail 2 with flag and down light

“Delft Man” (in progress) 36 by 48 in., acrylic on plywood panel, Jeff Del Nero, 2017

This is a concept for the larger rhombus stretched canvases that I have started. The final will be approx. 72″ x 68″

This shows the layers I anticipate having in different applications. There will be digital printed canvases mixed with painted canvases + stenciled spray painted areas.

“If Necessity is the Mother of Invention, Then is Technology the Father of Dependence?”

With the continued use of the rhombus shape I am questioning whether the shape lends itself to the idea of an underlying structure of science and math as an interlocking foundation for the inventive attempts at various technologies.

A form that gives us a look at a world where people strive to use new technologies with the hope that each one will make us incrementally more self-sufficient while seeking to be further distanced from a consideration of faith.