~~~ and so, anew ~~~
Taking some very necessary time to relax, recover and regroup, I've been reflecting on 2016 with deep gratitude and appreciation, while foreseeing 2017 prospects to be enriching and rewarding.
I strive to work better, vs. harder; I wish to be stronger, not for things to be easier; I strive to utilize, rather than consume; simplify and prioritize.
New things will emerge this Spring, as I will be an artist-in-residence at the Museum of Outdoor Arts, in Englewood. My focus will shift into my personal artwork again, developing a series that explores longing and desire through photographs digitally printed onto fabric layers. Well, that is my starting point anyway, I never really know where the art process will guide me, though, and I enjoy the exploration. I wish for my artwork to evoke and inspire.
AND some fresh things will spring forth from Jen G Studios in the very near future as well! I've been busy in the studio working on new happy little things you are sure to love - check back very soon!!! ;)
NEW ways to shop! visit Jen G studios at Society 6
You can find rugs, mugs, pillows, and more!
PRINTMAKING is a fine art process of applying ink to a plate or matrix, and transferring the image to a substrate - paper, fabric, wood, or other material.
The artist is capable of producing multiples of the same image, which is called an edition. Each piece produced can be a near-replica of the last, or completely different from the next. Regardless, a print is an original work of art. Printmaking is chosen for the unique qualities that each of the processes lends itself to.
Printmaking processes: monotype, monoprint, relief (woodcut and linoleum cut) Silkscreen (screenprint, serigraphy), Intaglio (dry point, etching, collagraph), lithography - just to name a few...
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