Dye sublimation; pigments infused into aluminum
6.625" x 1.625" x 0.045"
"Since the mid-1980s the computer has been my partner in merging art, nature, and technology. My photographic work in industrial and remote landscapes has been the source for the complex layered drawings I then make, using various digital applications, such as customized algorithms, filters, and other imaging tools. The designs are further transformed by employing techniques such as large format digital printing to make silk scarves; and dye sublimation on aluminum to create large-scale artwork, as well as small-scale art-to-wear for cuff bracelets and dog tag jewelry. Working across media and multiple disciplines I have produced unpredictable results and expanded the possibilities of telling altered narratives. These are exciting times.
The remote Badlands of the Southwest inspired this piece."
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This piece is part of the exhibition Nuance: Craftsmanship, Imagination, Innovation, on view in the Sally D Francisco Gallery through May 19th. Purchased pieces can be picked up or shipped after this date.