Lino print of a dog’s jump cycle.
I accidentally printed this backwards and also did not have proper relief ink and as such the paint I used came out patchy and uneven.
I had hoped for more detail but the images were to small to properly allow for it.
The human hands are capable in so many ways. We are limited to a number of patterns in which our fingers will bend and our wrists rotate, however we are bound to the capability of turning that limited pattern into an infinity amount of things we can create and hold.
I would like to use this image as a reference for a print.
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Initially I began looking at street signs and road markings and how they directed movement, I then thought about how they could also be seen as restricting movement.
For my project I decided to focus on the restriction of movement which also best related to my situation and how I felt at that time; Restricted to my apartment. I walked around my nearby area and photographed anything that could symbolise Restriction. Gates, Signs, Locks, Rope, walls… etc. Eventually I decided to focus on chains as an object that evokes themes of restriction and lack of movement.
As my project developed, I began looking into the Greek story of Narcissus and how he was restricted by his own self-obsession and later when he is restricted to a form that isn’t his own. I also looked at St. Sebastian and the various renditions of him throughout history, he is always depicted sensually restricted, which ties in with the ideas of beauty and restriction.
Much of my work is either made in the context of being restricted to my apartment or has a motif of the chain, and ultimately that is how my work relates to movement.
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Raymond Edward “Ray” Johnson was an American artist. Known primarily as a collagist and correspondence artist, he was a seminal figure in the history of Neo-Dada and early Pop art.
He devoted himself with nearly obsessive fervor to mail art: sending, receiving and recycling usually small-scale works on paper via the United States Postal Service.
Along with 10 of his witty, densely layered collages, this small, engrossing show features dozens of altered versions of several basic images or “templates,” which Mr. Johnson mailed to friends and strangers, including many well-known artists, asking them to change the image and return it to him.
My favorite piece is bath tub. It’s is simple stamp illustration of Ray Johnson in a bath. I aimed to recreate this simple line based design in my stamp making process.
Fernand Mourlot was synonymous with the resurgence of lithography, a process which would attract under his influence the greatest artistic masters of our times.Under the direction of Fernand Mourlot, artists such as Picasso, enriched their own work as well as contemporary art in general with a new medium of expression, a new realm of experimental possibilities.
At the recommendation of Matisse and Georges Braque, Picasso worked with Mourlot for the first time in 1945. Before he even got to the shop, Picasso knew that Mourlot’s lithography would become an important part of his oeuvre. Picasso had produced over 400 lithographs for Mourlot as a way of exploring his creative process, making a print in 15 to 20 different states and watching its evolution before creating a finished product.
American painter, printmaker, architect, illustrator, writer, lecturer, museum director and art educator in the San Francisco Bay Area. Much of his work was influenced by traditional Japanese woodblock printing and the Arts and Crafts Movement.
In 1911 “linoleum art” was first displayed in New York City by the Czech émigré Vojtěch Preissig. In his publications on linocuts (1926-29) the respected American printmaker, Pedro Joseph de Lemos, simplified the methods for art schools and introduced new techniques for color linocuts, including the printing of the key block first.
This pieces is a woodcut in colors on tissue thin Japanese paper, signed in pencil and titled, with margins. I was inspired by the movement of the trees in this piece and I wanted to create this movement in my block printing pieces based on my concept of smoking. My aim was to recreate the lines that featured in the cliff dweller.
In this new semester we are studying the theme of “Movement”
The electives I am taking for this study are Animation, Photography Video Film and Print.
The subject I am choosing to research are patterns. Specifically I am studying the patterns that can be found in the way animals move. I am intrigued by the way life finds an ebb and flow, in the difference between how humans move and interact, to the way a dog jumps to how a bird takes flight.
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✧ Peacock Pendant by Rene Lalique
✧ Jacket detail from a men’s three piece suit, made in Italy, dated c. 1770
✧ Rita Hayworth in Leave Her to Heaven (1947)
Climbing shoe mini print/February 25th 2021
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