Sunday, June 26, 2016
A Growing Cattle Herd
60cm x 90cm. 2016.
A few months ago a made two plates with cattle to print on one of my pieces about deforestation, since the flourishing beef production in the Paraguayan Chaco is a major driver in the cutting of the forests. I tried to figure out a way how to create an impression of the white Brahman herds that are so common out there. I decided to do a shallow open bite, which bites away a whole open area of the plate leaving a deeper edge around the outlines where the ink catches. I loved the way the plates printed and overlapped creating the impression of movement. I made one print with just a herd. When I finished it and put it on the wall, I liked what a saw, but the piece was way too small.
Thursday, June 2, 2016
5th Biennial Footprint International Exhibition 2016 Update
Here is a brief update about the 5th Footprint International Exhibition 2016 in Norwalk, Connecticut. The show is opening this Sunday and the gallery sent me a photo with my work on display along with the other winning artist Juha Tammenpää from Finland. I think the display looks great!
And here is a link to the exhibition catalogue. It's a really nice one and my two winning pieces are on page six.
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