Mono-types, Joy  Series

                                                                                         Current Work

Performing for my camera with Robert Longo inspired poses for a final project, my Albuquerque Museum students expressed such joy, spirit, and exciting figurative movement, I was compelled to “follow the images” into my own work.  I developed a series of layered monotypes from digital plates I manipulated on the computer.   Working with Master Printer, Ron Pokrasso, each session was exhilarating and surprising.  I layered, arranged, and overlapped the imagery developing  a “choreography” of bodies suspended in space.in

Joy 1
Joy 1

Manipulated Digital Photo Monotype on Paper, 22"x30" All photos taken by the artist

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Joy 3
Joy 3

Manipulated Digital Photo Monotype on Paper, 30"x42" All photos taken by the artist

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Joy 2
Joy 2

Manipulated Digital Photo Monotype on Paper, 22"x30" All photos taken by the artist

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Joy 4
Joy 4

Manipulated Digital Photo Monotype on Paper, 30"x42" All photos taken by the artist

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Joy 9
Joy 9

Manipulated Digital Photo Monotype on Paper, 22"x30" All photos taken by the artist

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Joy 11
Joy 11

Manipulated Digital Photo Monotype on Paper, 22"x30" All photos taken by the artist

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Joy 6
Joy 6

Manipulated Digital Photo Monotype on Paper, 30"x42" All photos taken by the artist

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Joy 8
Joy 8

Manipulated Digital Photo Monotype on Paper, 22"x30" All photos taken by the artist

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Joy 7
Joy 7

Manipulated Digital Photo Monotype on Paper, 30"x42" All photos taken by the artist

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Joy 10
Joy 10

Manipulated Digital Photo Monotype on Paper, 22"x30" All photos taken by the artist

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Joy 5
Joy 5

Manipulated Digital Photo Monotype on Paper, 30"x42" All photos taken by the artist

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Joy 12
Joy 12

Manipulated Digital Photo Monotype on Paper, 15"x11" All photos taken by the artist

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