in collaboration with her two-year-old toddler eve, ruth oosterman has painted a series of vibrantly colored watercolors, using her child’s doodles as the final artwork’s framework. with a black ink pen, eve has drawn dissected strokes and simple abstract geometries onto a sheet of paper, marked on the page with the liberation and lack of inhibition inherent in young minds. with these etchings acting as a sort of compositional structure, oosterman has envisioned what could lie in-between the lines and has illustrated the hidden picture within the scribbles.
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