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Growth Patterns (Remix)

Growth Patterns Remix, Installed at McCormick Gallery, Midland College, Midland, TX. 70 ft wide, 8 ft tall, 2016.

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Spread, Propagation Remix #2 (Click on image to see whole work)

Propagation Remix #2 was exhibited as a solo show called Spread at Alberta Printmakers in Calgary Alberta in January 2016. The work was 15 ft x 55ft.

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Propagation Remix #1(Click on image to see whole work)

This installation was shown at Atelier Silex in Trois Rivieres, Quebec Canada. The solo exhibition was part of an Artist in Residence. Additionally, the show was part of a large printmaking festival called Biennale International d’estampe Contemporaine de Trois Rivieres. My show was one of ten  exhibits that were invited to run concurrently  to the […]

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Propagation (Click on image to see the whole work)

Propagation, installed at Jan Brandt Gallery in Bloomington IL. Size Varies, relief, art tex, 2013-14. Ashleigh Moody, Meghan Pohlod and Marcia Salvator deserve a large thank you for all of the work they did on this project. All three spent countless hours printing and or cutting.

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Growth Patterns (click to see whole work)

Growth Patterns, etching, digital, mounted on wood, 7 ft x 34ft, 2010-11 This large print installation, inspired by growth and invasion includes over 1,000 individual pieces. This work would of not have been possible without the help of Sophie Brenneman who spent countless hours helping cut out these highly detailed shapes.

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Mary had a Little Lamb (click to see whole work)

  Marilee Salvator: Mary Had A Little Lamb by Bridget Indelicato When I first began researching Pennsylvania-based artist Marilee Salvator for this essay, I felt like I’d stumbled upon her diary tucked in the back of her underwear drawer. I read about her middleclass upbringing in a small town in Illinois in the early seventies […]

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Rain (click to see whole work)

  This work is related to touch. How delicately can I create a matrix, that will hold enough ink, to leave evidence of its existence on paper? Or how transparent does the paper need to be to see all of the information? How softly can one be touched and still be felt? How hard does […]

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Droppings Series (click on image to see whole work)

  This work is based on tracings of organic shapes. All work is a combination of media, including a variety of printmaking techniques (collagraph, woodcut, screen print) and layers of Asian and rag papers dipped in wax and hand sewn together in groups of two or three layers.