This print is a one of a kind version of an edition I completed for a class. Through the use of coffee stain, I created an overall vintage, western, weathered look to match the horse/water trough imagery.
Medium: oil based ink on coffee stained paper
Created through the relief printmaking process on MDF material.
Dimensions h/w/d: 18 x 22.75”
*Encouraged to be framed in a shadow box frame, so that the crinkled paper can be in effect*
Shipping included in price! This bowl is mixed with a black glaze over the purple glaze I made in class, making for an interesting nebular look! It is one of the bigger bowls I have made in my class. It is 6.25 inches across and 3 inches tall.
This piece is an original from my figure II drawing class at Baylor drawn spontaneously while referencing a live model. It is a mixed media drawing/painting on brown butcher paper, and is its own unique size (18″ x 36″) that can be trimmed down on your end. It is a mix of black charcoal, white charcoal, and India ink. The perfect mix of gestural and abstracted portraiture for your wall!
this pencil drawing is of a 2/3 inch collage I created. The collage has pressed flowers, newspaper clippings, and paper scraps. Rather than leave the artwork as a collage, this is the pencil recreation.