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Glimpses of Diana Behl’s Work and SDSU Printmaking « PRINTERESTING

Glimpses of Diana Behl’s Work and SDSU Printmaking « PRINTERESTING

Photographic illustration was an inexact process. Because there were no present rules for using photographs in books, Darwin attempted to create them. Working at a time when printmaking still dominated scientific illustration, he internalized prevailing notions about authority and authenticity in picture making.

How Darwin’s Photos of Human Emotions Changed Visual Culture

Photographic illustration was an inexact process. Because there were no present rules for using photographs in books, Darwin attempted to create them. Working at a time when printmaking still dominated scientific illustration, he internalized prevailing notions about authority and authenticity in picture making.

"Large Gray Hangari Jar" Collagraph print, silkscreen, relief print, collage, and mixed media on paper, 47" x 31"

"Large Gray Hangari Jar" Collagraph print, silkscreen, relief print, collage, and mixed media on paper, 47" x 31"

colleen kinsella, my former printmaking professor's work

Too smart, Toulouse,OOAK Rose Blotted excerpt from The Road

colleen kinsella, my former printmaking professor's work

Photogravure is a printmaking technique that requires a hell of a lot of prep, but the ghostly effect of the finished work is awesome: it's like part etching and a bit charcoal drawing, with the spirit of an old timey black-and-white.  German photographer Antje Hanebeck used the centuries-old process to capture the I. M. Pei-designed Museum of Islamic Art in Doha, Qatar-which itself is a newbie, celebrating only its fifth anniversary this year-for Radiant, a new on-site exhibition.

Photogravure is a printmaking technique that requires a hell of a lot of prep, but the ghostly effect of the finished work is awesome: it's like part etching and a bit charcoal drawing, with the spirit of an old timey black-and-white. German photographer Antje Hanebeck used the centuries-old process to capture the I. M. Pei-designed Museum of Islamic Art in Doha, Qatar-which itself is a newbie, celebrating only its fifth anniversary this year-for Radiant, a new on-site exhibition.

Heck_CopperReflection3  After a few runs through the press, sometimes it seems like the figures are actually inside the copper. It reminds me of the Agony and the Ecstasy and Michelangelo’s belief that there is a sculpture inside every block of stone. There is a face inside every copper plate.  This entry was posted in From the Studio, Photos, Work in Progress on December 10, 2013.

Heck_CopperReflection3 After a few runs through the press, sometimes it seems like the figures are actually inside the copper. It reminds me of the Agony and the Ecstasy and Michelangelo’s belief that there is a sculpture inside every block of stone. There is a face inside every copper plate. This entry was posted in From the Studio, Photos, Work in Progress on December 10, 2013.

Link to article - Ginna Dowling "Aegis," 106” x 42”  and "Unnamed," 36" x 600” - Relief print on transparency,  black oil ink, air craft wire, magnets, light, shadow, 106” x 42”.

Link to article - Ginna Dowling "Aegis," 106” x 42” and "Unnamed," 36" x 600” - Relief print on transparency, black oil ink, air craft wire, magnets, light, shadow, 106” x 42”.

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