Time and Again


This collection of mixed media monoprints on Japanese paper documents histories of image development over a ten-year period. Each uniquely bears the marks of a particular history of choice, yet is connected to the others because of its position in time and my continuing interest in coming to an understanding of my local environment. Slowly developed, they are also contemplative pieces, resonant of familiar territory traversed time and again, offering at once solace and surprise recognition.


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field

Field,  Woodcut, 40”x 72”

 

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