My approach is pragmatic tying abstract imagery, geometric lines and clean-cut shapes to balance the femininity and masculinity of process and print. My prints marry the ideas of forms, voids and material.
There is a balance of making, collage, and structured form using the female approach to construct work that exhibits the banal of formalism, finds order in the layering textures and traces of patterns with a quiet minimalist approach.
This series of prints I am working on and hoping to exhibit explores the feelings of “temporary” caused by the pandemic. Traditionally working in copper and stone, these prints have been created from matrices made from paper and cardboard. This work explores material, space and form while accepting the degradation of matrix that alters the integrity of the repeated image of printmaking.