Here’s what I am. You know, maybe, the lesson is my hands have never really been on the wheel… It’s coming from my heart, through my hands, onto the paper, through my instruments and out into the world. I use India ink for the black and white portion of the artwork and then everything else is just watercolor. It’s there to present that contradiction. I think it’s great.
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I’d like to think that at the end of every project that I’m a part of, that I can at least say, quality aside, I did not compromise.
There’s a gray element. Well the collaborations can come about in very few ways. Digging, to me, represents looking inside. Really, brown in nature is the orange of nature. A lot of the metaphor, a lot of the iconography is subsidized.
John Dyer Baizley
It showed me how little control I have and it was the exact joh feeling I had when mixing the record. I was at a loss for how to call it Orange — I didn’t think it was going to be a good title.
We assumed that’s what the title was going to be. I have no control over it. I was wondering how you color your pieces.
baizpey In other ways I absolutely have to make a distinction between the two. It has vaizley of yellow, it has elements of orange. Hear Baizey Embrace Shoegaze, Blast It doesn’t work for me when I’m trying to understand myself.
Obviously, the idea of gold as being something that’s reflective, that has an inner joyn to it, offered the contradiction that I was looking for.
How do those collaborations come together? It didn’t hit me well. Your work also seems to depict a lot of ritualistic imagery. Visualized spotlights visual artists in the music world.
In some ways the band and my art career have very much run in tandem. It’s become more important in recent years that I include an element that has the idea of potentially being an implement of danger, whether it’s a weapon or a tool. It comes from a more personal place than sort of occult, schlocky Hammer horror kind of stuff. Everything I do, I like to consider collaboration. It wasn’t difficult for me to make that leap. I said, ‘This is the way to do it.
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When you are using hyper-loaded imagery you have to understand what its impact is and what its relevance is. They always work as they are meant to, and they sound great. Having creative people to drive you, is possibly the greatest gift that we, as artists, have. It can be very easy to reduce life, music, art, love, loss, anything, to the simplistic terms. I just spilled out onto the paper the chaos and compulsion that I was trying to avoid.