About her work Connie Carruthers, says" my artistic investigations focus on the physical aspects of who we are and on the quirky sociology of our habits. The surface of a face, the free flowing gesture of a body, or the silliness of a social convention, all help me understand a little bit more about who we are and why we do the things we do.
Dennis Raines, an interesting chap, has been featured in an interview on this blog and discusses how and why he likes to incorporate inkjet into his printmaking. His favored print process seems to be silkscreen although he also has worked with mezzotint. He seems to work with various art processes including drawing, photography and sculpture. To see more of what he has been up to of late check his Flickr photo album, which are organized into 'sets.
There are also some nice pictures of his 2 lovely cats Elli and Miles.
print linocut on inkjet features the background that is much more indicative of her interests as an artist." I am trying to create a new medium, by introducing elements from different cultures. This integration respects both languages, and the new language that is created maintains the forms of each respective culture". She uses "the Adinkra symbols were originally stamped in cloth, the repetition of alphabets to form these symbols brings the concept of the stamping from ancient craft to modern times" Visit the virtual art gallery at St Katherine University to find out more. http://www.stkate.edu/gallery/shows_06_cross/