Drawing No 42 1/10 Adam Lodzinski
- Archival ink on archival paper
- 16 × 16 inches
40.64 × 40.64 cm
- Framed Size
- 28 × 28 inches
71.12 × 71.12 cm
This elegant black and white series is particularly effective in a grouping. The trio displayed are: Drawing No. 40 (3/10) ; Drawing No. 42 (1/10) Drawing No. 55 (1/10). The works can be shipped framed or unframed. If framed, they are in a white square frame as illustrated each $950. Framed dimensions of each, 28 x 28 inches. If unframed, they are $700 each. Signed by the artist. The work has been created in an edition of 10. Adam Lodzinski’s digital drawings of imaginary biological specimens contain direct visual references to biological forms that are familiar to us such as membranes, orbs, tails. Created by photographing light, the translucence and in some cases implied movement, combine with biological form, to evoke a sense of living energy and presence. Photographer Adam Lodzinski studied under such photographers as Lawrence Wiseman and Irwin Karnick. His work has been encouraged by both the Canada Arts Council and Ontario Arts Council through grant funding, resulting in a variety of exhibitions at several well-established galleries throughout North America. Lodzinski has also drawn media attention from publications such as the Globe and Mail and View Magazine. His work is included in collections in Canada, the US and abroad.