In my last semester at RISD, I developed a process of taking original landscape paintings into animation programs. I made the paintings on wax paper and used animation to rove around the paintings' surfaces, to explore on a deeper level their textures and colors as objective forms. For me, this act seemed to prove that abstract art can imply everything ness, and interpretation is infinitely subjective. Also, these works satisfied the urge to be submerged beneath paint's surface, and the desire to explore every composition possible (parameters for one's point of view) within one artwork (one lifetime.)
Below are mixed media and digital sketches that came from the same body of work, which explore similar ideas of submersion within layers.