Chalcography Print with Carborundum on Corten Steel Plate, and another Print, on top made on Copper Place over
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ABOUT THE WORK
Prints are another form of expression I chose in my artistic production. A few years ago, some of them took... Read More
Prints are another form of expression I chose in my
artistic production. A few years ago, some of them took a non figurative path, creating
a new line of work, as opposed to figurative prints and drawings I continue to
do, always having the feminine human body as my inspiration.
In regards to the production of my non figurative Prints,
I use corten and carbon steel as support materials reflecting longevity.
To create the images, I use carborundum, which is the
same material used to make sandpaper, a sort of gravel, maintaining the idea of
the contrast representation between the long life of a harsh and rough material
as opposed to the beauty, soft, tender, and briefness of the human body.