Intaglios, collagraphs, monotypes printed on delicate Japanese papers, collaged over my own artist-
made papers are one aspect of my work; there are also mixed-media collages using colored pencils
over colored inks, and other materials.
Originating in just how far I could take "fortified" paint to the point of sculpture, I now incorporate objects that imply language directly into the surface so that the paintings are a hybrid of terrain and text.
Matthew C. Wilson is an artist working in a variety of media including installation, sculpture, video,
and site specific action; his work distills constellations extracted from entwined natural, historical,
cultural, and economic process.
Donald Groscost explores the natural world through the arena of memory and the subconscious
whereby a myriad of cultural references as disparate as animated films, childrenâ€™s books or visual
technologies often collide in a single form
Formally, my work is a study in abstract, complex, organic forms based on my childhood nightmares. I work predominantly with materials found in the waste stream like plastic bottles, junk mail & excess packaging.
My work explores science, nature and technology in paint, print and mixed media. I recognize and use natural imagery fragments as elements of aesthetic intrigue, extracting components for intellectual mind play for the viewer's experience.
Rodrigo relates his graphic work with site-specific strategies to investigate the blurry limits between time and
space. Through poetical analogies of Nature and anthropogenic events his work emphasises the inadequacies of