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.
“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