Monthly Archives: August 2013

When The Layer Cake Is Thin As A Crepe

As a boy I marveled at acetate overlays in encyclopedias and anatomy books, how one image printed onto  transparent acetate could add complexity when overlaid with another.  Printmakers use  this process. Print an image then rework the plate or the … Continue reading

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The Devouring Atmosphere

Carl Sandburg described the quiet fog coming in on cat’s paws. It slips in hiding certainty under its luminous veil. Fog gives the soft caress of ambiguity. Squint at words on a page or letters on a keyboard. They gently … Continue reading

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