Brooks Shane Salzwedel – His technique has evolved over time, but in essence his process is to draw on layered sheets of paper with varying opacities then coat the finished piece with resin. He layers sheets of Mylar, Duralar, and acetate, drawing on each layer with combinations of graphite, coloured pencil, or charcoal, sometimes adding watercolour paint, or tinted adhesive tape. The varying opacity of each layer creates a sense of depth that is finally sealed with resin.

Brooks Shane Salzwedel – His technique has evolved over time, but in essence his process is to draw on layered sheets of paper with varying opacities then coat the finished piece with resin. He layers sheets of Mylar, Duralar, and acetate, drawing on each layer with combinations of graphite, coloured pencil, or charcoal, sometimes adding watercolour paint, or tinted adhesive tape. The varying opacity of each layer creates a sense of depth that is finally sealed with resin.

Mist of struggles, wilderness of the unknown, some bear no fruit of life, others continue to grow... be strong and ponder thoughts beyond the thicket.

Mist of struggles, wilderness of the unknown, some bear no fruit of life, others continue to grow... be strong and ponder thoughts beyond the thicket.

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