Studio Sixty Six
Morning 4th & King #3

Morning 4th & King #3

Acrylic photo image transfer on duralar
Mounted on a 12 x 12in. panel
13 x 13in. / 33.02 x 33.02 cm 
Edition of 1

Artist Insight 
The images for this series were shot outside the train station in San Francisco on two January mornings. A continuation of my Liminal body of work, these pieces focus on people in an in-between state, travelling to their day. I was drawn to the life in all these people on the move, and the simultaneous sense of individuality and collectivity. I was also compelled by the play between the morning light and long winter shadows: like a dance or a dialogue, a layer that we walk on and through, and are a part of.
These monoprints are manually-made acrylic image transfers on matte translucent polyester film. #1 through 8 in this series are 13x13” monoprints mounted using pins hammered into 12x12” regular depth wood cradled painting panels: the prints extend beyond the panels. The panels have been gessoed, painted and varnished; each monoprint is finished with an isolation coat of gloss acrylic gel followed by two coats of matte acrylic polymer varnish.