Garcia on PCDaily

Spain’s Miryam Garcia moves us away from yesterday’s large works to witness the power of small ones.

Inchies are so ubiquitous that we hardly notice them. But when Miryam grouped hers, the dots and textures took on new life as a colorful quilt. Wall art by inches!

Earlier this year Miryam’s Occluded Symmetry won a Staedtler design contest. She shows her impressive prize loot on her blog.

Even better, she reveals her design drawing (below right) for perfectly positioning all the dots on the pendant. And here’s the back of the piece.

Garcia on PCDaily
Garcia on PCDaily

You can wander through her Flickr photos and see how dots and cracks have evolved in her work as she’s taken classes and developed her style.

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  • reply Sherry Bailey ,

    Wow — love the piece a LOT — and I’m SOOO jealous of the prize! Whoa!

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