Untitled 1417 screen print, oil & wax on paper 24" x 19.5"
Untitled 1414 (Reciprocal) screen print, oil & wax on linen over panel 38" x 33"
Untitled 1428 screen print, oil & wax on paper 37" x 29.5"
Entangled 8 screen print, oil & wax on paper 2 - 41.5" x 14.75"
Entangled 10 screen print, oil & wax on linen over panel 16" x 32"
Entangled 3 screen print, oil & wax on paper 2 - 41.5" x 14.75"
Dorothea Van Camp
Van Camp attended Rhode Island School of Design, Providence, RI where she received a BFA in installation. She has exhibited at the Alpan Gallery, New York, NY, the Kingston Gallery, Boston, MA, and the Acacia Gallery, Gloucester, MA and was a prize-winner at the PrintMATTERS NEXT2014 juried show at Nicole Longnecker Gallery in June 2014. She lives and works in Boston, MA.
"The printed mark has always been an important presence in my work. In recent years I have been using vector-based computer drawings to suggest, among other things, the intersection of body with technology.
I find the intricate line work of these drawings helps to reconcile an attraction to the etched or engraved line of printmaking, old master drawings, and moody chiaroscuro with our own era.
Searching for a suitable way to transfer the computer drawings into my work led from laser-cut stencils and lithographic transfer to screen-printing. Ultimately, I adapted the process to my purpose by using thickened oil paint printed into a wax ground.
The works have a tangible relief texture that makes a clear separation from digital output and is suggestive of a deeply etched intaglio print."
-Dorothea Van Camp
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