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ON THE GOODNIGHT-LOVING TRAIL original mixed media wall art

ON THE GOODNIGHT-LOVING TRAIL original mixed media wall art



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Description

From my collection of vintage book covers, I selected and prepared dozens of backgrounds, each to house  a unique hand-painted longhorn. I mixed in a little screen printing to add some grit and give a nod to my printing roots, making each creature featured truly one-of-a-kind in this vast herd.

  • Medium: hand-painted and screen printed vintage books on wood
  • Size: 48.75" H x 63.75" W (framed)
  • Frame: wood frame with Museum Plexi
  • Hardware: ready to hang with D-rings on back
  • Part of a limited series each produced with a unique set of rescued materials.

The Process

When books fall apart and are headed for that giant library in the sky, that's where I intervene and give them a new life. Dusting off the screen printing gear has been inspiring and I love giving a nod to the techniques which helped me get my start. I studied printmaking in college and during that time spent my non-studio hours printing on anything I could get my hands on. It is a joy to weave those techniques into my current body of work.