Went to an opening last night at the George Segal Gallery at Montclair University. Contemporary Printmaking at the Crossroads curated by Catherine Bebout (my department chair) and Mary Birmingham, curator for the Hunterdon Museum was all about artists using digital along with traditional printmaking methods. Some really wonderful work and right along my interests as I love the process of traditional printmaking but have really been exploring the digital world in my own work. Remains to be Seen (Still) is a piece that I first saw in my mind’s eye 3 or so years ago, and with the help of my friend Jeff Clapp, digital and web master created the first “state” of the piece. Here it is in its current carnation (is that a word? think re-incarnation only different) Now I am thinking this image needs to be on a shirt!