down, where they walk

down where they walk, my senior thesis project in printmaking at Wesleyan, employs wood-block printing and etching techniques to form compositions of various landscape elements and textures, exploring themes around human interaction with nature and isolation. The work includes ten prints at 48”x24”. It also features a large-scale installation that immerses the viewer in a horizon-line formed by ten hanging rolls of paper, some up to 20-feet long, drawing a playful correlation between gallery-goers and the tiny figures in the prints.
down where they walk
Woodblock print on paper
2016












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