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Artwork

I dabble in many things.  However one of my greatest artistic passions is Intaglio. Maybe it’s the ability instill great detail into paper with clear cut lines of positive and negative space, but I find myself loving the texture it produces. Within the recesses of the paper and the rising and falling crests of the paper’s tooth, there is something about intaglio that provides a different dimension that cannot be achieved graphically through more conventional means.

Included in this selection you will find logo work, photography, digital art and other products of my experience in graphic design. Here, you will be able to find additional Media Work of mine. However, this page is more a testament to myself, than anything else you will find at TGT.

Knock yourself out.

Graphite on frosted mylar

Intaglio print and mixed media on French Arches Rives

Intaglio print and mixed media on French Arches Rives

Intaglio print on French Arches Rives

Intaglio plate with varied aquatint techniques

Macro shot of detail on plate

Mixed color process intaglio print

Multiple plates and multiple color process mixed media intaglio print on French Arches Rives with chine-collé

Embossed edge with beveled trim; Macro shot of detail

Macro of multiple plate; Second plate shaped by electric bansaw

Intaglio print on French Arches Rives with various aquatint techniques

Macro shot of Art Deco theme featuring aquatint techniques and hatching

 

 

Intaglio print on white German Hahnemühle

Macro Shot of Copper Engraving and Bevel; Use of Acquatint and Deep Etching

Macro Shot of Copper Engraving and Bevel; Use of Acquatint and Deep Etching

Macro Shot of Detail; Use of Mezzotint and Acquatint

Macro Shot of Detail; Use of Mezzotint and Acquatint

Macro of Beveled Edge and Acquatint Detail

Macro of Beveled Edge and Acquatint Detail

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