Anomalies [proposed]

Ashman, Sinclair (2016) Anomalies [proposed]. [Event, Show or Exhibition]

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Abstract

My practice as a printmaker is in stark contrast to my controlled, client-focused work as a graphic designer. My highly textured, largely abstract prints are elemental expressions of mood, reactions to atmospheric conditions and responses to materials. In essence, I see the print as a three-dimensional medium, and I often employ deep impressions in thick, high quality papers.

My approach to image making starts with a direct response to chosen materials to be used on the printing plate. No sketches are used – plates are created in response to ‘what the material wants to do’. When printing, peeling the paper from the plate always quickens the pulse, as ‘anomalies’ almost always occur – those exciting and surprising interactions of plate, ink and paper.

Keywords:Printmaking, Artwork, Analytical thinking, Making, Visual perception
Subjects:W Creative Arts and Design > W140 Printmaking
Divisions:College of Arts > School of Architecture & Design > School of Architecture & Design (Design)
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ID Code:22904
Deposited On:14 Apr 2016 10:02

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