You're gonna miss me

Sand from Lake Michigan and acrylic on canvas 30'x40" 2016

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Comment by Michael Jogerst on June 15, 2017 at 9:42am
Thank you for the comment. You're right, the piece is about erosion and taking the fresh water of the Great Lakes for granted. I like to use everyday and tounge and cheekish titles to help get my point across better.

Thanks again,
Mike
Comment by Resident Curator on June 14, 2017 at 8:51pm

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Welcome to the site!  I enjoy the three mixed media works you’ve posted so far, and appreciate the descriptions include sand.  The eroded surface of this piece is suggestive of elemental forces and erosion, or a cool metallic patina.  I find the pale blue pigment particularly striking against the lower chroma grey.  It reads as two layers, but the analogous hues also create a smooth visual transition.   I find the title curious, and slightly humorous in its specificity of the non-objective image.  You’re gonna miss me could pertain to the weathered down, scoured surface, or be purely elegiac.

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