Series: Monoprint/Monotype Invitational 2022 Medium: Drypoint, relief, and collagraph Dimensions: 22 3/8 x 29 1/2 inches (Image/Sheet) Signature: Signed Artist details: American, 1962 Date finished: 2020 Edition: 1/1
Artist's statement: "My prints grow out of the process of their making.Each print is built as a sequence of choices about color and technique as one step leads to the next.Faith and intuition guide the journey to a stopping point, a place where something unexpected comes into being bearing a richness and clarity that is more than the ingredients."
Series: Monoprint/Monotype Invitational 2022 Medium: Monoprint wood matrix and drypoint collage Dimensions: 30 x 22 3/8 inches (Image/Sheet) Signature: Signed Artist details: American, 19531954 Date finished: 2021 Edition: 1/1
Artist's statement: "Timeline 2 is part of a series of monoprints we created exploring untying time. With the disruption of events that marked our calendar we found new ways to measure time. On our daily hikes along the Brule River and Lake Superior in northeast Minnesota we were fascinated by how time has changed the course of the river and reshaped rocks and boulders. The trail ends where the river meets the lake and the lake meets the sky."
Medium: Drypoint on Gampi Dimensions: 25 1/2 inches diameter Artist details: British/American, 1957 Date finished: 2016 Edition: 1/1
After Piranesi was printed during the artists fellowship residency in Vemont in 2016. Underneath the arches on the south bank of the Thames in London, Robinson's hometown, there is an oversized tile mural which reproduces the original etching of Piranesi’s depiction of the construction of Blackfriars bridge 1766. Interested in how scale can change and distort one's visual relationship to an object or place, (the original etching is 16 x 24 inches), Robinson focused on a section of the enlarged image as a starting point to create an abstracted homage to one of her heroes in print, Piranesi. The resulting print, created in a small varied edition of 4 unique images, is a combination of drypoint and monotype printed on gampi tissue, a material that references both the strength of the subject matter and its fragility. The gampi is then seamed together and backed with sekishu paper for added strength.
Series: Monoprint/Monotype Invitational 2022 Medium: Drypoint on Gampi Dimensions:7 1/2 x 6 1/4 inches (image/sheet) Signature: Signed verso Artist details: British/American, b. 1957 Date finished: 2020 Edition: 1/1