1000 Faces Project
Art on the Street by Kids
Old Stuff and thoughts about process
Thoughts on Process
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Proof that you can start anywhere. I used a cheap, craft-store plaque for this quick turnip print.
I think this is my first woodblock print, probably circa 1985. I unknowingly used the woodgrain to enhance the central folds of the subject's shirt and trouser legs. I still am trying to figure out how I want to use the grain in my images.
3-block linoleum print on collage. This is my first effort on teaching myself basic registration skills.
A small multi-block woodblock for a print exchange. 3 block piece with very loose registration requirements.
Before any formal etching training, I "you-tubed" plexiglass etching with Aqua inks. These three are the first trial prints with that technique.
I rented studio space for 2 weeks over winter break when we were out of town. It felt like a crazy indulgent thing to do since I had no idea how to run a press or print etchings.
However, there is nothing like quiet, open space to sink into a new skill. The critical noises in my head were quiet and the space smelled like ink. It was great.
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