"I would roll up a clear and smooth plexiglas plate with ink and then use sticks, cloths, Q-tips and my fingers to pull ink away and then print on a piece of white paper on a press. They are called monoprints because you only get one print when using this process.
She also wanted to be sure it was evident that the more political commentary imagery, though they are oddly familiar to current times, were in fact from the Reagan and George H.W. Bush eras.
As always, I had questions on my mind. What happens when a fish is out of water? How did the fish get out of water? What does it mean to feel like a fish out of water?
I was taking photos of my youngest sister’s dog and he became a character as well. Here are two drawings of dogs turning away from the viewer. What does that mean when a dog turns away from you? What does it say about me?
What does that say about you?
I also did a series about experiments being done on animals, rabbits for cosmetics and rats for other experiments. So many questions and concerns about human behavior. Why do we do what we do to others? For power? For greed? For our own good but not for the good of others? Here is linocut entitled Status. Why do we fight for it? Where does it get us? Oh, my, more and more questions.