Head Case, Study #2

The Head Case Studies 2D

These prints reference the incorporeal and the corporeal; our connectedness and our disconnectedness; our mortal natures vs. the immortal; the earthly and the unearthly.

Being primarily a 3D artist, when I do work two-dimensionally, I prefer methods that are very tactile. Pulling monotypes is a way for me to do that. Painting on the glass, pressing it to paper, and then altering the print and adding to it, also offers me a spontaneity I can’t always achieve when working 3-dimensionally. And, of course, adding actual 3-dimensional elements satisfies my inability to let a 2D surface remain a strict 2D surface.