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Uploaded on Nov 22, 2011

I finished this drawing in 2008. I did nine individual drawings with a Rapidograph pen on bristol drawing paper, then I mounted each of the nine drawings on black foam core and arranged together as a composite image. The total drawing is 30X 39 inches and took about 280 hours to complete. This was a collaboration with myself. Why? Because it is easier for me to draw little things at night on a board while watching a movie with the family or whatever, I thought I would do a series of small pictures that would ultimately fit together as one larger piece. This is very similar to some collaborations that I have done with other artists, except that I did it with myself. I decided that I liked individual panels better with some white separating the individual panes or panels, than all mashed together. This better represents the idea that they were done separately (except at the edges), but still shows their strange relationship to one another.

The keyboard music was written, composed, and performed by my son Joseph H. MacGown.

See more of my artwork at http://joemacgown.com

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