Prints by Hibiki Miyazaki. Portland, Oregon.
While I find this work very astonishing and inspirational I fail to see how they are prints and not mixed media on paper. Am I missing something?
They’re multiple plate prints. Different textures are achieved by aquatint, sugar lift, burnishing, sand blasting, and all sorts of different techniques.
I see. I guess I was confused by the picture of the studio. That, and they all appear to be bleed prints. I wonder how many make it to an edition. Or, if there is an edition at all. Very interesting use of techniques indeed!
Actually, all the photos above are her paintings with casein or her mixed media pieces. So – you were right, Ron’ald. Hibiki does do multiple plate prints, but these ones aren’t it. All very beautiful though. Go to her gallery website (Augen Gallery) to see the prints. 🙂 – Signed a past studio-mate.
Love her work – top notch
I love the shot of her workspace. It would be interesting to see more of those for the artists you guys feature.
very interesting !
reminds me of j.m.basquiat…
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