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02 Jul 12 at 2 pm

"Gysophilia Paniculata"  two plate intaglio, one plate embossed with a surface roll and the other drypoint, and the other half is pure stitching. This piece won me the fine art award at my school judged by the Barbara Krakow gallery director’s Andrew Witkin. It’s only an edition of 3, and one of them will hang in the president of my school’s gallery for a year.

"Gysophilia Paniculata"  two plate intaglio, one plate embossed with a surface roll and the other drypoint, and the other half is pure stitching. This piece won me the fine art award at my school judged by the Barbara Krakow gallery director’s Andrew Witkin. It’s only an edition of 3, and one of them will hang in the president of my school’s gallery for a year.
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02 Jul 12 at 1 pm

new work! multiple plates intaglio, embossing, and stitching

new work! multiple plates intaglio, embossing, and stitching
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06 Mar 12 at 11 pm

crappy pic, BUT this is what has been consuming most of my time. it’s the first part of a 4 print series that i’m working on, based on baby’s breath.

it’s two 9x24 plates, one with a deep open bite + a surface roll (so the image is embossed), and the other with drypoint lines on it. these images are printed on top of each other on the left, while the right is pure stitching.

i’m really happy with this piece, and super excited to continue with the series. better images soon to come!

crappy pic, BUT this is what has been consuming most of my time. it’s the first part of a 4 print series that i’m working on, based on baby’s breath.
it’s two 9x24 plates, one with a deep open bite + a surface roll (so the image is embossed), and the other with drypoint lines on it. these images are printed on top of each other on the left, while the right is pure stitching.
i’m really happy with this piece, and super excited to continue with the series. better images soon to come!

been very busy with:

- a 4-5 print series of diptychs about lines in nature based on baby’s breath////i’ve been experimenting a lot with multi-plates, surface rolls, sugar lift, embroidery, and mono-print. so that will feel great once it’s done. (hopefully by this friday!)

- reworking that 18x24 print from last semester (yes, that plate has been cut in half/scraped) and i plan on doing some sugar lift, aquatinting, and color work with that through different states

- montoype! letting loose, learning new techniques—getting back to basics and doing some work based on the figure or architecture just to get a hold on the new medium.

- and of course, my internship at anthropologie which i’ve only got one month left of

i’ll definitely be posting pictures soon!

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12 Feb 12 at 12 am

this week in monotype we visited the figure drawing session at my school. here’s what became of that!

this week in monotype we visited the figure drawing session at my school. here’s what became of that!
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03 Feb 12 at 9 pm

first two monotypes!

first two monotypes!

etsy shop finally! click here to check it out!

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30 Dec 11 at 4 pm

"From Here to There" Two Plate Aquatint. 13"x22"

"From Here to There" Two Plate Aquatint. 13"x22"

20 Dec 11 at 9 pm

Asked by Anonymous

asker I guess what I meant by figurative was more in the non abstract way, more illustrative work I think is what i meant. Do you see yourself in anything of that style?

for right now, i’m going to go with no. however, i’m still open to doing illustrative work such as commissions for friends etc. but as for the work i’ve been developing and wanting to focus on lately i definitely plan to work strictly abstract. that’s the plan for now, at least!

hi everyone!

my goals this week are to photograph my latest work, and create an etsy shop so i can start selling my prints/some drawings! so check back soon :)