Ghosting, a work on paper, by a.muse, 2017 is a viscosity inked monotype. The print, the result of an intaglio process (printmaking), is an original, part of a series of (6) images (a hexaptych), 15" x 11", with unique titles. The series, What We Talk About When We Talk About Love, is named after a book of short stories by American writer Raymond Carver.
From an array of printing possibilities available to printmakers, such as photo transfer, riso, photo-polymer intaglio, monotypes, etc., a.muse draws upon mixed-media techniques, including embossing, mono-printing, and collage to produce her works.
Provenance: a.muse Studio
a.muse is a mixed-media artist. Her printmaking and collages on watercolor paper are bright and colorful with an intention of unearthing the subconscious. For the collage works a.muse employs acrylic, pastel, watercolor pencils, oil sticks, sand, and organic matter. The paintings on paper and canvas integrate color and found objects for an allegorical stream of shapes, symbols, and geometric patterns.
She/her has exhibited in virtual and public spaces, including Time Gallery New York (2022), Phyllis Harriman Gallery New York studio shows (2022; 2020), CADAF online art fair (2020), Gallery122 New York pop up show (2019), Curate NY online group show (2013), among others.
The artist lives and works in New York City.
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