We are very pleased to announce a new lithograph and group of monoprints by Tom Burckhardt.
His new lithograph, Incognito, is based on a large painting completed earlier this year. He intends Incognito to toe the line between figuration and abstraction, allowing its formal qualities to reveal a persona in disguise. The interpretation of a figurative image out of abstract phenomena is pareidolia, not unlike conjuring a Jesus in a burnt tortilla or a bunny in the clouds.
Incognito is a seven color lithograph printed from seven aluminum plates on white Rives BFK paper 24 x 32 inches. It has been printed in an edition of 20, plus proofs. The publication price is $1800.
Burckhardt's Debris monoprints are meant to conjure a Western landscape, with Big Sky expanses coupled with flood washed rubble. The prints are not intended to be environmental statements, just the yin and yang of temporal setting and human effluvia.
The twenty-three monoprints in the Debris series were printed from lithographic and plexiglas plates on white Rives BFK paper, 15 x 20¾ inches. The Debris monoprints are $1,800. Contact us to view additional images.
Please visit us in Booth 409, November 5th-9th, 2014. We will be showing these new
Tom Burckhardt prints and other new publications by Teresa Booth Brown, John Buck, Enrique Chagoya, Jane Hammond, Mildred Howard and Robert Kushner.