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Gina Harrison
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As a digital and performing artist, I’m interested in process. After studying printmaking in college, I have worked for many years as a graphic designer. As an artist, the computer and camera are also the primary tools I use to explore color and line and place and especially variation. Digital tools lend themselves to investigating various compositions from common source material. Like time travel stories or musical variations on a single motif, at intermediate steps you can duplicate a stage, then take two separate directions, creating multiple, and sometimes vastly different, iterations.  

I’ve never kept a journal, but having a camera always at hand allows me to document experience in much the same way—home and travel and personal history. Some images remain primarily pictorial or decorative—landscapes and floral studies.  Others are captured as much for “digital ink” or color palettes for abstract compositions. I explore negative space, in what is not said, but how line and color convey mood.

 

Cognac and Cigars by Gina Harrison

 

Moonlit Shore by Gina Harrison

 

Sweet Pea by Gina Harrison

 

Mardi Gras by Gina Harrison

 

Charleston Flowerbox by Gina Harrison

 

Papillon by Gina Harrison

 

Tropicale by Gina Harrison

 

Into the Woods by Gina Harrison

 

Orange Glow by Gina Harrison

 

Baptisia by Gina Harrison

 

Reflections by Gina Harrison

 

Hibiscus Shadows by Gina Harrison

 

Lily #3 by Gina Harrison

 

Grape Leaves by Gina Harrison

 

Winter whites by Gina Harrison

 

Poinsettias by Gina Harrison

 

Northwoods by Gina Harrison

 

Blue Night 2 by Gina Harrison

 

Verdigris by Gina Harrison

 

Evergreen Snow by Gina Harrison

 

Transcendence by Gina Harrison

 

Alternate View by Gina Harrison

 

Mad Men Plaid by Gina Harrison

 

River View by Gina Harrison

 

Destination by Gina Harrison

 

Terraced by Gina Harrison

 

Whirlpool by Gina Harrison

 

Postcards and Proposals by Gina Harrison