Monday, April 25, 2011

Domestic Science

Collotype and Encaustic Collage on Paper


Saturday, November 13, 2010

Bringing Adam Back

In my Eve series I have brought Adam back into it, and decided to discuss unfair male stereotypes, or at least the ones that I feel produce the least desirable men. So I'm doing these live size woodcuts, though it is on MDF board instead of real wood, so its much easier to carve, they look like wood cuts.Also while its closer to linoleum, it does not soften with heat, its still pretty physically grueling for me to carve out these stupid things, my whole body hurts after a day of working on them entirely. Yes them, because there is an eve one as well...they are both in the poses of the Durer alter piece. Should turn out pretty sweet.

Saturday, October 9, 2010

Hot Wax

Encaustic is the oldest painting medium, and is quite possibly my favorite thing in the world. Mixed media is my passion, and it is a fantastic way to do it.

You Decide, Wax, Feathers and collage on paper.

I hated the print that was under this piece. Hated it. And now, I really dig it.

No More Shame, Collatype relief, wax, and collage on paper.

Pysche and the Puritans, collage and wax on paper

Something Borrowed, Something Broken, Something patterned, and something...., Collage and Wax on Paper

Friday, September 24, 2010

Current Sketchbook:part 1

I realized I've never actually posted something from my sketchbook, so I thought I would seeing how this blog is of the same namesake.

So here goes.

Saturday, August 14, 2010

Eve's far

Eve's Journal pg 10 of artist book, watercolor

Some Prints

"Smile" - Plexiglass drypoint, and monotype on watercolor paper 19.5"x 27" 5/2010

"Smile: Puritan Headdress" - Plexiglass drypoint and polyplate litho 13.5" x 22" 4/2010

"Presenting Eve" - Plexiglass drypoint and collagraph on arches watercolor paper
12"x 22" 4/2010

You Decide

"You Decide"- Poly Plate Lithograph 15"x 22" 10/2009

"You Decide: Version 2" Poly Plate Litho, collage, inkwash 15"x 22"

"You Decide: version 3"- Poly Plate Litho, Collage, Inkwash 15"x 22" 10/2009

"You Decide: Smile" - Poly Plate Litho, Plexiglass drypoint, and stamp on rag paper, 15"x 22" 2010

Poly Plate Lithography is a fantastic process, no stone, no acids, no grinding the limestone smooth. And even better, you can use the copy machine to make it, and we all know how much I love the copy machine!