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2012 : 2015 | 42°1'41"N 93°36’22”W, silkscreen, collage, ink, 36" x 27" framed, 2015

SALE: $400  Original: $500


2008 : 2015 | 41°54'7"N 12°27’59"E, Reduction Woodcut, ink, cut paper, fiber,35" x 26" framed, 2015

SALE: $320 Original: $400


Flame, Reduction Woodcut, 30" x 24" framed, 2008

SALE:$320 Original: $400

Studio Spotlight #7 - 2010 : 2015 | Fc : Ft

Sorry to be delinquent last week but I was hit with a nasty bug. 

All better now. So let's jump in!

Title: 2010 : 2015 | Fc : Ft 

Info: 26" x 14”, Engraving, ink, cut paper

Price: $200


For this piece I used several techniques including engraving, cutting, ink, and drawing. Originally this print started as an engraving. I engraved onto three zinc plates using a tool called a burin. This process has been used for hundreds of years and has a rich history which I feel in love with.

Old Print [history]:

2010 : 2015 | Fc : Ft started its life as a proof. Proofs are used in printmaking to access the current state of the image and determine which areas need more fine tuning.  Every successful engraving has multiple state proofs which reveal the evolution of the image. This image is made up of three small plates aligned vertically to create the image of a braid. I created this image during an engraving workshop at Frogman’s Print and Paper Workshop in 2010. The braid is a significant symbol in my work. It reoccurs time and again, in relation to my Grandmother’s death and to the fragility of textiles. 

“We are both physical and spiritual, existing within a body that grows old and eventually dies. Yet we move, we dance, we touch, we think – all things that are a far cry from dying. 
The body is locus to this transitional reality – and fabric, like our skin, and bodies, is fragile. It expresses the unique quality of impermanence, making it an apt material for the exploration of these ideas.” - Artist Statement, Catherine Reinhart

This piece was created at the same time as several pieces, which all contain hair motifs (shown below). 

2010 : 2015 | Fu:Fu - Engraving, colored pencil, cut paper, fiber, 14" x 14"

The ultimately stem from a performance piece I created while mourning my Grandmother’s death. You can learn more about a tribute here. Studio Spotlight #2 (in my blog roll) also has more information regarding this series of prints.

a tribute - performance braiding, 2011

New Life [redemption]:

In this series of reworked prints, this piece is chronologically early. I threw all I had at it - an exacto, silver ink, pencil, pen and finally, a paper hole punch! Sometimes as an artist you need pieces that aren’t precious. You need pieces that you can expend your physical, and emotional marks on without worrying about the result. This work was that for me. With this piece I was satisfied but open my drawers and they're full of failures. 

I need to learn to fail more. Or more gracefully.

I love this letter from Sol Lewitt to Eva Hesse that I stubbled upon in grad school.

“Just stop thinking, worrying, looking over your shoulder wondering, doubting, fearing, hurting, hoping for some easy way out, struggling, grasping, confusing, itchin, scratching, mumbling, bumbling, grumbling, humbling, stumbling, numbling, rumbling, gambling, tumbling, scumbling, scrambling, hitching, hatching, bitching, moaning, groaning, honing, boning, horse-shitting, hair-splitting, nit-picking, piss-trickling, nose sticking, ass-gouging, eyeball-poking, finger-pointing, alleyway-sneaking, long waiting, small stepping, evil-eyeing, back-scratching, searching, perching, besmirching, grinding, grinding, grinding away at yourself. Stop it and just DO!”

The Ask: 

So, if you were at all drawn to my successful failure please consider purchasing the piece for your collection. I hope that it would remind you that you are a work in progress. Just like me.

Be humble and to all my artist friends - just DO! :)

Price: $200

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Studio Spotlight #6 - 2009 : 2015 | Fc:Ft

Old Prints / New Life Exhibition has be taken down from Stomping Grounds. You can still read the inside scoop every Wednesday right here. All pieces are available for sale unless otherwise stated

Title: 2009 : 2015 | Fc:Ft

Info: 19” x 15”, Embossment, ink

Price: $100


To create the original embossment for the print I carved into a Sintra (a kind of plastic) plate. I then soaked my paper and ran my Sintra plate through the press. Viola!

Old Print [history]:

This piece began with a print exchange entitled Metamorphosis. All of the participants in this exchange were former Frogman’s Print and Paper Workshop Assistants. The Incredible Blake and Hannah Sanders were in charge of this exchange. I was very honored to be a part of this group:

Nick Alley, Brett Anderson, Sandra Anible, Honna Austin, Kevin Bowman, Andrew Burkitt, Andrew DeCaen, James Ehlers, Matthew Egan, Ann Flowers, Amy Foltz, Mario Kiran, Cory Knedler, Andrew Kosten, Sami Lange, Carrie Lingscheit, Emmy Lingscheit, Ashton Ludden, Rachel Madeline, Jonathan Metzger, Laura Melancon, Johanna Mueller, Meghan O’Connor, Tracy Otten, Johntimothy Pizzuto, Rodolfo Salgado, Jr., Catherine Reinhart, Brandon Sanderson, Blake Sanders, Hannah Sanders, Katy Seals, Stanley Scott, Tim Stoelting, Christopher Wallace, Josh Watts

My contribution to this printmaking portfolio was a print combining stone lithography and embossment. Here it is:

The black and white image for this work came from a textile sculpture I created during my first year of graduate school. 

For this sculpture I rust dyed white satin and then stiffened and manipulated the folds. The pieces lower to the ground were supposed to represent decay that then transformed into pure white, whole cloth. 

What I most remember about this piece is getting an honest critique. By rusting the cloth I believed that I was communicating decay or something falling apart/rotting. However, I can still remember my critiquing professor saying “this is not decay, these marks are beautiful.”

Finally, I think I am learning how to really SEE my work. Not what or where I want the work to be like. 

On a side note: I also learned how to not take myself so seriously when Will Vannerson said the final print looked like a wedding cake with seaweed…

It does, doesn’t it.

New Life [redemption]: 

The current and final addition was the black inked lines. This piece was the second in the series and I decided to challenge myself by keeping it simple. There is not much to be said (for now) about the lines themselves. However, I do seem drawn to these dashed lines. They remind me of stitches and there is a beautiful satisfaction I get from making these marks. 

I should just draw more. 


The Title:

Started in 2009 and finished in 2015 the source of the second half of this title come from the Forms of Japan book again. Fc : Ft is short for Forms of Change : Forms of Transfiguration. 

Yuichiro Kojiro, Forms in Japan, trans. Kenneth Yasuda (Honolulu: East-West Center Press, 1965)

A pdf of the full text can be downloaded from the Internet Archive. The list is on page 19 of the original text, page 23 of the pdf. The list alone can also be found here.

Richard Serra "Verb List Compilation: Actions to Relate to Oneself" 1967-68

The two lists on the same page, on Joshua Hart's Web site:

The embossment of the floating fabric with the thin triangle represents the Trinity and the transforming power of the Gospel of Christ. Again, this piece is an amalgam of sources from my history as a maker. 

This iterative studio process allows me to revisit imagery time after time, exploring the complicated relationships between concepts and processing them with my mind. 

The Ask: 

This piece is simple and minimal but loaded with history. And at $100 it is a steal…

I actually know just who I will ask to buy this one.

Price: $100

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