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Bullet Art consists of various elements stacked or hung or framed to generate a single piece. The top element is always machined paper, various techiques are applied to render color and pattern on the paper.
The next element can vary; I have used frames to suspend the painting or left the framing to the surrounding space or suspended the work from wires or rods.
Then these two elements are placed over a background which I might add or which might be the wall on which the work is suspended allowing variance in the work, depending on the environment.
Bullet Art is not randomly generated. Machining the paper produces patterns that graduate from solid to lace like, this allows light to pass through enhancing or contrasting the painted surfaces.