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About the Artist

My work illustrates the mediation of the relationship between humans and technology in our theorized post-humanist existence. As material products become a second-tier commodity, the product of information or disinformation becomes the most valued resource. I like to show the dichotomy between nostalgic ideas and objects of our past, with newer trends associated with our dependence upon technology and the future trajectory of our existence. I hope my work engages any regular person walking by and creates questions within the viewer about their own role in our late-capitalist society. I work in most printmaking mediums though I specialize in intaglio methods. All my colors are created through the printmaking process. I do not hand color prints. I create a small edition size of 20. Lives and works in Midland, TX.

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Higher Power
This is a multi-plate etching/aquatint pressed from two copper plates into archival cotton paper. Edition of 20. This print illustrates different ideas associated with higher power, especially dealing with dependence on technology.
18" x 24"
2021

Disinformation Playhouse
This is a multi-plate etching pressed from two copper plates into archival cotton paper. Edition of 20. This print illustrates the nostalgia of the material product and rise of the product of information.
18" x 24"
2020
 

Factory #2
This is a four-plate etching pressed from copper plates into archival cotton paper. Edition of 10. This print illustrates ideas of assimilation as they relate to consumerism.
12" x 18"
2019

Higher Power
This is a multi-plate etching/aquatint pressed from two copper plates into archival cotton paper. Edition of 20. This print illustrates different ideas associated with higher power, especially dealing with dependence on technology.
18" x 24"
2021

Disinformation Playhouse
This is a multi-plate etching pressed from two copper plates into archival cotton paper. Edition of 20. This print illustrates the nostalgia of the material product and rise of the product of information.
18" x 24"
2020
 

Factory #2
This is a four-plate etching pressed from copper plates into archival cotton paper. Edition of 10. This print illustrates ideas of assimilation as they relate to consumerism.
12" x 18"
2019

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