Anna Ursyn

Professor
University of Northern Colorado
Greeley, CO
Typically, my creation process runs through several stages. First I draw abstract geometric designs for executing my computer programs. I use the computer on different levels. Some of my computer programs produce two dimensional images; others are three — depending on my composition's final dictates. Then I add photographic content using scanners and digital cameras. The programs that produce two-dimensional artwork serve as a point of departure for photolithographs and photo silkscreened prints on canvas and paper. They are included both into my two-dimensional and three-dimensional works. All of these approaches are combined for image creation with the use of painterly markings.
A Surface of Revolution
5x7"
Archival Print
2010
It is possible to construct 1/5th of a given entity, but many believe such division may not be seen adequate.
Expressive Math
7x5"
Print
2010
We may imagine infinitely many figures that satisfy one basic rule.
Minimal Surfaces
5x7"
Archival Print
2010
In order to communicate the essence of a notion, we can abstract ideas by removing all non-crucial elements.