Here are some miscellaneous etchings that I've produced over the years.
For those unfamiliar with the process, etching is quite simply based on
texture - recessed & textured areas on the plate get "rubbed-in"
with ink, while raised & smooth areas on the plate get wiped clean.
The plates are then printed on a press.
Many of these are photo-etchings. The image is put onto the plate by adhering
a light-sensative film to the surface & developing it photographically
from a template exported from the computer. The plates are then etched
in an acid bath & printed manually. I enjoy allowing the digital &
physical processes to collide & often affect the image in unpredictable
Prints labeled with an "*" are available
for sale. Please contact me at email@example.com for pricing