Glints of Prints


Laconic Effigies

I recently came across some prints i made when i was in Art School. Although the photo’s are quite amateur, they still offer a reasonable delineation of the originals. These prints assert the allure and fascination i experienced working in the print room. The ebony ink aptly captures these laconic effigies. These images are from a previous thought process but retain a timelessness.

Art School

“In the kitchen at 877”  A Lithograph by Karin Aldinger – March 1985

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

“Thalia – A Muse’s Reverie” by Karin Aldinger

March 1985 – Etching / Monoprint

“Surfacing Umbra”  A Lithograph by Karin Aldinger – September 1984

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

“Not too far the distance …. ” An Etching by Karin Aldinger – 1985

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The Perched Bird's works in chorus with Karin, an Artist/Designer and is engaged in categorically showcasing her designs and creations. From art prints and paintings, textile designs, to wool concoctions, to her spin on day to day to culinary and garden achievements, Karin's posts and artifacts will leave you stimulated. Orders for knitted items can be placed at any time. A page of prices is coming soon! Please leave a comment! Emails to: aldingerkarin@gmail.com

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