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Kenneth J. Hale recently donated 115 drawings that he completed between 1973 and 1996. These watercolor, gouache, graphite, charcoal, ink, and collage drawings often correspond to prints that he created during those same years. In many cases the iconography that Hale … Continue reading
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Larry Scholder‘s collection in the AP/RC includes a range of his etching relief prints from 1992 to 2013, some of his aquatints printed at Flatbed Press in Austin, TX, and photocopy collages that served as drawings to explore compositions for … Continue reading
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The compelling narrative and composition of Karin Broker‘s photo-etching is created, at least in part, by collaging other prints from a variety of historical sources. This image recycling has a rich past, as exemplified in the work of Max Ernst and Hannah Höch. … Continue reading