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    Cast Dimensional Prints: SGCi 2018 Conference Demonstration

     

    Here is a link to a .pdf handout for Cast Dimensional Prints. Tips and formulas are included, along with materials lists and an extensive bibliography.

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    Here is a link to a curves adjustment layer to modify image tonal range before outputting to a film negative for photographic carborundum collagraph.

    Curve for 100 grit photo carborundum collagraph 20 lpi halftone

    By |April 3rd, 2018|Categories: SGCi 2018 Cast Dimensional Prints|

    Work in Progress: Southbound on N. Beverly Dr.: Beverly Hills

    Southbound on N. Beverly Dr.: Beverly Hills is a series of fifteen 16×20 inch ink drawings mounted to panels. These images and video show a little of the process.

    Here are a few links for additional technical information on sealing and varnishing the water media and on mounting fine art paper to wood panels.

    Golden: Varnishing Watercolors

    Mounting Paper onto Wood or Board by J.A.W. Cooper

    Mounting Watercolor Paper to Panel by Kelly McKernan

     

     

    By |November 30th, 2016|Categories: Work in Progress|

    Fall 2015 Shows

    Fall 2015 Shows

    Southbound on the 110: Elysian Park

    IPCNY

    Southbound on the 110: Elysian Park will be exhibited at the IPCNY Commedia: New Prints 2015/Autumn from November 19, 2015 – January 16, 2016. I am honored to be one of the sixty artists selected from over 2,000 submissions. The opening reception is Thursday, November 19, from 6-8pm.

    Please check out the press release here on the IPCNY site, and the Facebook event here.

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    TSALA

    New photos will be on display at the The Office Party group show opening Saturday, November 21, 2015, from 6–8 p.m. at Tiger Strikes Asteroid Los Angeles. Check out the TSALA Facebook page here for more info.

    By |November 8th, 2015|Categories: Exhibitions|

    Tidelands

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    My main project this year is a series uniting the high desert and the ocean, two ecologies difficult for humans to inhabit without altering the native landscape. Remnants of peoples interaction with these locations appear in the form of detritus, either tumbled on the beach shore or bleached and rusted by the desert sun.

    In Tidelands, rocks are wrapped with cyanotype prints of litter and ocean flora washed up near the Santa Monica Pier, a Los Angeles landmark. Rocks gathered from the Llano Del Rio Colony site, a failed alternative community whose ruins are located in the high desert north of Los Angeles, are printed on with imagery from plastic bags and wrappers. The ocean and desert are united in this work, two distant yet similar physical locations without potable water.

    By |September 15th, 2014|Categories: Tidelands|