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Faery Land in Texas Paper Exhibit

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Installation View

The Gallery at the University of Texas at Arlington
In Texas Works on Paper, Oct. 9-Nov.17, 1999
(Photos: Leighton McWilliams)


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This 10 foot x 33 foot wallpaper installation is about paper and about a life process: illness to death. The more abstract colored images on the right side of the installation end with as an empty frame.

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FaeryLand Closeup Click here for a closer look... On the left side, a strip of cast paper woodcut portraits of my patients, are surrounded by cast paper half sphere representations of HIV. FaeryLand Closeup Click here for a closer look... In the middle of the installation is a linoleum overprint on a poster image of the Virgin Mary.
FaeryLand Closeup Click here for a closer look... To the right of the Virgin is a set of nipples letterpress printed from a photoengraving on circles of handmade kozo paper. They are surrounded with a set of Galveston Magnolias (photo by Roger Haile) letterpress printed from a photoengraving on circles of my kozo paper. FaeryLand Closeup Click here for a closer look... FaeryLand Closeup Click here for a closer look... Two cast paper linocuts with collaged silkscreen images (printed by Brian Johnson, Coronado Studio, Austin, Texas) are on the right side of the installation.
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