Galen Gibson-Cornell is a BFA candidate in Printmaking. Using only three colors in each print he develops a trichotomy throughout the pieces. Touching on matters regarding the occupation of France during World War II Galen uses three types of imagery, background washes, photocopies, and pencil/crayon drawings. Galen has created a modern interpretation to historical events and personal experiences.
I am looking forward to seeing the rest of his work. In the mean time here are a couple of pictures. These particular lithographs are 22×33 inches.
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“My love of fine art increased – the more of it I saw, the more of it I wanted to see.” Paul Getty