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Photography: Color, Digital, Oil, Photo, Paint on Paper, Other.
The waxed photographs started as a way to join or introduce a secondary photograph under a primary photograph. Additionally it’s a way to work with the “ground” or the “base” of a photograph and how that informs the primary photograph.
The primary print is done on Japanese tissue. I then wax the tissue print which makes it translucent. That translucent print is put over other imagery thereby transforming the base of the original print. The underlying base surface can be a photograph, paint, or a combination of the two.
This work is a continuation of the composites as it also joins imagery. The images are joined in layers instead of on a plane and, once again, the lines of trees work well in layers as they did with the composites. In some cases I have gone back and revisited imagery from the individual photographs used in the composites.
Size: 14 W x 21 H x 0.1 in
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