“The tension of the string against the tape led to unpredictable changes in the form of the drawing over the course of it’s lifespan. Initially when I returned home to find a drawing had lost some of it’s structure, drooping or tangled into itself, I felt a disappointment at the loss of the precision ofContinue reading “a less controlled state of image making”
As I was skimming Art Press Magazine, I was instantly captivated by the works of Eva Neilsen, a Paris-based artist, combining silkscreen and painting. Neilsen constructs layered images which invoke memories, play on the passage of time and existence. Desolate expanses disclose transient residues of human activity. Subtle washes of color create a shadowy senseContinue reading “mnemonic vistas”
These prints were screen printed with oil from the Gulf of Mexico disaster. Limited edition -all profits are donated to CRLC (Coalition to Restore coastal Louisiana). Very cool indeed!
i went to philly to check out philagrafika – an exposition of all things print. was really impressed to see such new techniques and innovations in the printmaking arena. i saw silkscreens as 3-d objects, color prints on ceramic sculpture, giant print installations, print incorporated with video…i felt really inspired by artist oscar munoz andContinue reading “fresh takes on print at philagrafika”