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Wayne Edson Bryan (wayneedsonbryan)

Glitch Pin-Up: Amber

by Wayne Edson Bryan
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handmade, error, chance, sexy...

Hugo Barros commented on March 13, 2012 4:44am
nice work !!!
Wayne Edson Bryan commented on March 13, 2012 4:56am
Thanks, Hugo!
inogitna (Antigoni Chryssantho… commented on March 13, 2012 5:16am
great stuff
Catru commented on March 13, 2012 6:35am
soo cool, love it, and I love your handmade collages... specially when you add colour!! :) ♥
Wayne Edson Bryan commented on March 13, 2012 6:42am
Bless you both, Antigoni & Carina! Thanks ever so much for the love! ;-)
Natural Values commented on March 13, 2012 8:53am
I like this series, a remix of pinups
Wayne Edson Bryan commented on March 13, 2012 9:32am
Thanks, Ricardo! They sort of look like glitchy pop version of de Kooning's women!
Angelo Cerantola commented on March 13, 2012 3:17pm
Great stuff!! They're soooooo pop and a joy to look at!
Andre Villanueva commented on March 13, 2012 8:19pm
Wayne, love this new series!
Wayne Edson Bryan commented on March 14, 2012 4:24am
Words can't express how much I appreciate your support, Angelo & Andre!!! THX ;-)
Heather Goodwind commented on April 2, 2012 11:29am
This one is my favorite - there is something solid about "her" as an object in the middle of the image yet she is in a truly chaotic pile of legs and colors and frills. I also like the suggestion of voyeurism in those big white circles at the top and bottom of the picture, as if we were looking at her through binoculars...
Wayne Edson Bryan commented on April 2, 2012 11:48am
Thank you, Heather, for the very useful feedback! Really appreciate your perspective and find it interesting that you like the first one best. As I work on the last 2 of the 26, I'll definitely be thinking about your remarks and try to get back to the mindset I had when I started this series.
Heather Goodwind commented on April 2, 2012 12:00pm
Oh, don't change anything that you're doing for my remarks, they are all really nice - I just finally had some time to really look through them and this one just jumped out at me screaming for analysis! :)
Wayne Edson Bryan commented on April 2, 2012 12:28pm
Too late... ;-) I really value your opinion, especially first instincts which tend to ring true. I know that I have a tendency to over think stuff. When I was making the first ones, I was still exploring possibilities. Now, I've slipped into thinking "variations" from what I've already done. I know it's a subtle difference, but I thank you for reminding me to look at all of them again as I work, and not just the ones I perceive as the more successful ones.
Heather Goodwind commented on April 2, 2012 9:21pm
:) That's interesting - I too often find that there is nothing like the "success" (or popularity) of a particular piece to hurt my working process. For me, exploring is more productive than varying - I do something interesting once and then I can never seem to access that particular feeling again and any attempt at repetition is fruitless (or worse, disastrous) but I do see that many other artists work the opposite way, getting into something then going deeper to find it's essence... which seems to be more the way you work in these bursts of series. Anyway, good luck with the last 2. :)
Wayne Edson Bryan commented on April 3, 2012 6:04am
For close to 40 years I was creating work for gallery/museum exhibitions... groups of art that would hang together, that would contain strong independent pieces that potentially could be even stronger as a group due their contribution to the "conversation" between works in the same room. The variation between each piece is that within a set on constraints (media, scale, theme, etc), I would always attempt to communicate, solve the puzzle and resolve visual opportunities in a different way, learning from previous works. With the internet now the marketplace, I'm having to retool and adjust my perspective. Thumbnails now greet new viewers instead of a physical space, & the buzz of glowing newspaper/magazine reviews has been replaced by hits and likes. The viewer now doesn't get to experience the room of work, but rather scrolling through work (more forced narrative driven). It's fascinating to contemplate how the new marketplace is changing the content... and really enjoying this conversation with you, HG! The worldwide conversation between each of us and our peers IS the best thing 'bout S6!
Heather Goodwind commented on April 3, 2012 12:18pm
Yes, the thumbnail thing is interesting - I've been thinking about that a lot lately too, you could post something 2" tall or 200" tall and it would be given the same weight....
Wayne Edson Bryan commented on April 3, 2012 12:28pm
I'm still thinking about it too, Heather! I think maybe another reason why you responded to this one is the relatively strong graphic quality. Not as much fussing going on, fewer bits-o-strips!
noblackcolor commented on May 9, 2012 4:05pm
concret wayne!
Wayne Edson Bryan commented on May 9, 2012 9:09pm
Thank you, FND! Thank you very much!
Wayne Edson Bryan commented on June 1, 2012 4:38am
I've rescanned the original collage at a higher resolution in order to now be able to provide extra large gallery size prints and large stretched canvas! Please click on the zoom feature to be able to see the detail and get a more accurate idea of what this work looks like in person. Thanks!
Federico Faggion commented on August 19, 2012 1:01am
super sexy pop :-D!!
Wayne Edson Bryan commented on August 28, 2012 10:43am
THANKS so very much for your support of my older work, Federico! ... and thanks too for checking out my profile pages! ;-D
Bruce Stanfield commented on November 26, 2012 1:54pm
Missed a couple of gems here!66:)
Wayne Edson Bryan commented on November 27, 2012 10:54am
Holy Geez, Master Bruce, you "Wayned" me! Thanks so very much my friend for all of your awesome generous support! I appreciate it so very, very much!
Catspaws commented on February 4, 2013 11:08am
grat fun and style
Wayne Edson Bryan commented on February 4, 2013 3:08pm
Thanks a billion, Cat!!! ;-)
CrismanArt commented on June 21, 2013 10:52pm
Exciting Amber! Keeping on looking and finding! Love this technique, Wayne!
Wayne Edson Bryan commented on June 28, 2013 5:46am
Thanks so much, Christiane! I really appreciate you taking the time to look through my profile pages and support older work! ;-)
Phil Perkins commented on July 21, 2013 8:37am
Terrific collage!
Lazy Bones Studios commented on July 30, 2013 2:42pm
I look and dissect and wonder, is this based upon 3, 4 or perhaps more wonderfully exquisite creators known as women? Well done Wayne.
Peaky40 commented on August 25, 2013 7:31am
Very cool works Wayne!!
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