Mystery Screen: color 4

It’s not much of a mystery any more. Yes, this color certainly brought out the “dog” in the print. I’ve been having fun working with the same container of ink but just altering the values as I go. Add a little more blue, more red, more extender and there ya go. Mr “Counter Surfer” extraordinaireContinue reading “Mystery Screen: color 4”

Mystery screen: color 3

Here is color 3: Since this is the beginning of the year and I’m trying to get myself better organized, I’ve started to finally keep notes on paper I like for printmaking. So far, my preference is leaning heavily to BFK Rives for screen and etching processes. It accepts ink evenly yet continues to layContinue reading “Mystery screen: color 3”

Another print in progress

Here are the first two colors of a reduction screen print. I’m not going to say what the subject happens to be. You’ll just have to wait to find out. Hopefully it actually turns out ok… if not, you might not see the rest of it! ūüôā This is my newly acquired drying rack system.Continue reading “Another print in progress”

Unseen Natives: wrapping things up

This is my adventure into creating an art installation for the Art in Rural Storefronts project sponsored by The Arts Center of Corvallis. ARS serves regional audiences in Linn and Benton Counties by bringing innovative, thought- provoking art projects to rural communities that lack spaces dedicated to contemporary/non-commercial art.¬† Three artists¬† were chosen to participate.¬†Continue reading “Unseen Natives: wrapping things up”

Unseen Natives: Saturday antics

¬†This is my adventure into creating an art installation for the Art in Rural Storefronts project sponsored by The Arts Center of Corvallis. ARS serves regional audiences in Linn and Benton Counties by bringing innovative, thought- provoking art projects to rural communities that lack spaces dedicated to contemporary/non-commercial art.¬† Three artists¬† were chosen to participate.¬†Continue reading “Unseen Natives: Saturday antics”

Unseen Natives: Little fish in a big space!

¬†This is my adventure into creating an art installation for the Art in Rural Storefronts project sponsored by The Arts Center of Corvallis. ARS serves regional audiences in Linn and Benton Counties by bringing innovative, thought- provoking art projects to rural communities that lack spaces dedicated to contemporary/non-commercial art.¬† Three artists¬† were chosen to participate.¬†Continue reading “Unseen Natives: Little fish in a big space!”

Unseen Natives: Moving the fish on a rainy day

This is my adventure into creating an art installation for the Art in Rural Storefronts project sponsored by The Arts Center of Corvallis. ARS serves regional audiences in Linn and Benton Counties by bringing innovative, thought- provoking art projects to rural communities that lack spaces dedicated to contemporary/non-commercial art.¬† Three artists¬† were chosen to participate.¬†Continue reading “Unseen Natives: Moving the fish on a rainy day”

Unseen Natives: Tuesday an Wednesday crammed together

This is my adventure into creating an art installation for the Art in Rural Storefronts project sponsored by The Arts Center of Corvallis. ARS serves regional audiences in Linn and Benton Counties by bringing innovative, thought- provoking art projects to rural communities that lack spaces dedicated to contemporary/non-commercial art.¬† Three artists¬† were chosen to participate.¬†Continue reading “Unseen Natives: Tuesday an Wednesday crammed together”

Start of the Ditch Fish Project

Today I had to secure my site for the Rural Storefront Art project. I admit, life has been super busy and I’ve not been able to run over to Sweet Home to check the sites, but I had two to choose from and hopefully I chose wisely. Google street views helped a bunch. I won’tContinue reading “Start of the Ditch Fish Project”

leaf collecting

Last year during the months of January & February I spent several days collecting Oregon Ash leaves for a coat project.¬† The finished coat was called “Winter’s Remains” and received first place in textile during the Howland Community Open in Corvallis, OR (to see images, please look back in the archives of March 2009). ThisContinue reading “leaf collecting”