Painting w/ photography: Acetate transfers of archival ink on to wood panel, Currently on display at The USC Fisher Museum in L.A.
48 x 24 x 2 inches
I call this process "Painting with Photography"
This piece is created using archival ink from a canon inkjet printer. I convey the image / ink to the wood panel using 8.5" x 11" sheets of acetate paper. I use this process as my paint (medium) to create a large work by manipulating photos and using multiple printouts. I DO NOT start with an image in the computer and just transfer it to a larger surface. I build each work using individual photos and parts of photos much like a collage. This piece took 100+ sheets of acetate to create. I like this process because it gives the work a nice organic urban decay feel.
durable, sturdy piece. Wooden panel on wood frame
Full Artwork Details
||Painting w/ photography: Acetate transfers of archival ink on to wood panel, Currently on display at The USC Fisher Museum in L.A.
||48 x 24 x 2 inches
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||Robot, bass guitar, city, street scene, red, money, handout