Originals and Reproduction Prints

The solvent transfer process involves “borrowing” color, texture and sometimes even subject matter from various printed media as well as my own photos and graphics, chemically dissolving them and transferring the image onto a new surface. Much as a photographer can manipulate the camera image in many ways, the solvent transfer can be changed, arranged, composed and continually altered to express the artist’s aims. Additional treatment with drawing or painting techniques may contribute to the uniqueness of each of my works. Although called transfer prints, each is one-of-a-kind.

The collection presented here spans over ten years of work and includes mixed media solvent transfer on paper (some matted, some matted and framed with glass) and mixed media solvent transfer on clayboard (some unframed, some framed, all ready to hang). Note: Copyright marks on photos do not appear on artwork.

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