Animals and Accessories
This past quarter I took a really great Intro to Lithography class. It's amazing how one drawing can be printed so many times almost perfectly. And they make really great hand-made gifts, too! I chose to do a theme for all my prints, which was "Animals with Accessories." I was exploring how giving an animal a human accessories, such as clothing, hats, etc, could help change their personalities and give them human attributes. After I showed these to a lot of my friends and family, I had a lot of suggestions and requests to do nursery themed prints like this, and possibly a cute little book of all the drawings. So we'll see what the future holds. More to come soon!
"Bob and Rhonda" Inspired by "American Gothic," with a kooky twist.
Oil-based crayons on lithographic stone.
The Charlie Chaplin meerkat.
Chronologically the last prints I made, and probably my favorite. Inspired by "The Boy in the Striped Pajamas," I named these little guys "Fievel and Farber."
*One of these print versions was featured in the juried exhibition for Alexander Ink at the Savannah College of Art and Design.
My pride and joy, "Jeff."
Oil-based crayon on aluminum ball plate.