Wen Redmond: Cormorants Perch (Detail)

Wen Redmond: Cormorants Perch (Detail), 2012, Statement- Spending time in nature is a large part of my art making. It takes me on a journey inside, when I’m outside. The same image was developed viva image editing with different images of painted fabrics. The result symbolizes the weather’s changes and the different moods that project from my mind. Techniques Digital manipulated interpretations of a single photograph, created by melding the photograph with a photo of painted fabric in photo shop for each segment and printed with an Epson 2400 on a variety of inkjet prepared fabrics. The digital fiber photographs are mounted on free sections using stabilizer. Segments are creatively stitched and held together with a hand-tied bookbinding method using dyed pearl cotton. Edges and top are sealed with UV medium and paint. OR Digital manipulated interpretations of a single photograph, melding the photograph and painted fabrics. Photographs are mounted on stabilizer, creatively stitched and held together with a hand-tied bookbinding method using dyed pearl cotton. Edges and top are sealed with UV medium and paint. Medium Digital Fiber- a variety of digitally pre-pared natural fiber fabrics, stabilizer, dyed pearl cotton, medium and paint 30x47

Wen Redmond: Cormorants Perch (Detail), 2012, Statement- Spending time in nature is a large part of my art making. It takes me on a journey inside, when I’m outside. The same image was developed viva image editing with different images of painted fabrics. The result symbolizes the weather’s changes and the different moods that project from my mind. Techniques Digital manipulated interpretations of a single photograph, created by melding the photograph with a photo of painted fabric in photo shop for each segment and printed with an Epson 2400 on a variety of inkjet prepared fabrics. The digital fiber photographs are mounted on free sections using stabilizer. Segments are creatively stitched and held together with a hand-tied bookbinding method using dyed pearl cotton. Edges and top are sealed with UV medium and paint. OR Digital manipulated interpretations of a single photograph, melding the photograph and painted fabrics. Photographs are mounted on stabilizer, creatively stitched and held together with a hand-tied bookbinding method using dyed pearl cotton. Edges and top are sealed with UV medium and paint. Medium Digital Fiber- a variety of digitally pre-pared natural fiber fabrics, stabilizer, dyed pearl cotton, medium and paint 30×47

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