DESIGNs and PICTORIAL ART


David MISHKIN’s pictorial art is based on selected patterns from monumental works. These patterns are repeated, transposed and transformed to emerge as dimensional shapes, always geometric and abstract. Colors transform these images, all in keeping with the original corks, their colors, textures and graphic prints.
An orderly processing of a pattern is followed. A series based on a single pattern is crucial to the artist's approach.
The sizes and precision of the images are also critical. Some pictorial images can approach 250 square feet. Thus, visual elements - compression and decompression - play an important part in the rhythm transmitted by these static forms. By their dimensionality, they open effervescent sensations.

Every giclée print, created in editions of eight on satin finished paper, is signed and numbered by the artist. 



Giclée Images

Monstrance
triptych image 1
Triptych image 3
Triptych image 4
Tryptych image 6
Paravin screen
Around the table
Around the table
Around the table
Always with wine
Always with wine
Always with wine
Concentrated Vouvray
Concent. Vouvray 2
Vouvray...its true!
Vouvray.its true! 2
Around the table: transformations

Around the table: transformations

Transformation of a motif

The sequential transformation of a motif is engaged. Series of images extracted from a single motif have their importance on large surfaces (hallways, shafts, hanger doors) where they can serve to visually diminish distances by the optical illusions they create.