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Watchers, 2012. The print with the red character on the left was my birthday print that year. I made an edition of 150 and gave them out on my birthday. They are available to collect! The other print was for a print show/catalog in Seattle.
Parallel Universes, 2014. This is a series of screenprints based on drawings for an animation project for a documentary about theoretical physics. The prints are all from the same set of screens, but have different layers and colors. They are on white paper, the black layer is ink. Each print is 20x13 inches
Out of the Cave
Out of the Cave, 2012. These prints were made at the Manhattan Graphics Center for printmaking on a summer residency in 2012. They are based on drawings that I made while staying at the Women's Studio Workshop in Rosendale, NY earlier that year. As it happens, when I was making those drawings the power was out due to a crazy storm, and I made the drawings in candlelight.
Duel, 2012. Ah, the silhouette. These prints were also made at the Manhattan Graphics Center. They are based on drawings made earlier that year. I was working with geometric shapes to create space for the characters, and then placing the characters in different ways to create interactions and scenarios.
Geometrics, 2009. I made these prints at the Women's Studio Workshop in Rosendale, NY over two long weekends. I was there with my friend Anisa Romero, who was making monoprints in the etching studio. I wanted to experiment with color, transparency and space, so I decided to work with simple geometric shapes. As I often do with screenprinting, I had several screens with the shapes you see, and I pull each shape, with one color at a time, and place it differently on each print. I slowly build prints over time.