Lithography is a heavily process oriented printing technique. It involves limestones, a lot of grease, a few types of acid, and more muscle than most college girls can handle. Lithography taught me patience, hard work, studio etiquette, and the value of community.

Here you will see prints that belong to a few series I created during my undergraduate years at Stonybrook, NY, under the tutelage of Lorena Salcedo-Watson and Martin Levine. These are lithographs on stone, mainly done in black manner, etchings on copper with aquatint, and one lonely solar plate print.

  • Lithography on stone

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