Mouth full of salt
A motley crew of prints and photography, all riffing on the briny deep.
Mouth full of salt is a motley crew of prints all riffing on the briny deep. Prints here has a broad definition. Some were pulled using a press, others using a darkroom enlarger, a few, from an inkjet printer. Usually, a print will be composed of several of these processes. My thought is that merging these sibling techniques supports the multi-tasking personality of the work and the canons they wish to be part of: the romantic conquest by man and then his death, the distortion created by the retelling of epics.