While I’m updating about Kerguelen I might as well keep the ball rolling. Another project I’ve resurrected (like the data portrait idea from a couple weeks ago) is a representation of planetary rings in print form. I’m checking out silkscreen studios to reproduce these images in editions on paper. These are schematics of the ring
So sorry it’s been a while since an update. I’ve been teaching quite a bit at the Bow and Arrow Press, and most of my recent art pondering hasn’t struck me as very bloggable. Hitherto. I signed the Kerguelen edition, and here’s a pic of the final print.
Here’s the last of the big Plexiglas plates I had laser-cut in order to use the 44″ x 30″ paper I ordered back in February. Earlier I did the Mediterranean and the Aleutian Islands, the final one is Kerguelen Island, also known as Desolation Island. It’s an island in the South Indian Ocean, and it’s
Well, you never know what’s gonna jump out and hit you next. I started a project based on a 1-second recording of my name about two years ago. After some messing around with stuff, I decided I hated where it was going and set it aside. Well, about a week ago I started thinking about
Finally got around to signing and numbering the letterpress experiment. The full title is Emergence of Color Terms in Order of Complexity; here is an image showing the basic layout: The straight-on shot doesn’t really show the embossing, so I took a low-angle image so you can see the IPA letters embossed through the pools
I was asked to be part of the “Our Town” show at the Nave Gallery in Somerville, which features art made in and around the city. My piece is a shaped-plate print of the silhouette of the city, and is featured on the postcard for the event. I, naturally, designed the postcard. Herewith:
Here’s a quick mention of John Pyper’s new printmaking blog, The Wandering Printmaker. He’ll be at the Mid-America Print Council in Minneapolis this week, so keep up with his musings as they happen.