Print Collages

“What A Ride”

10 3/8″ x8″

“The Kid Appears To Be Doing Fine”

Just under 8″x 7″

“New To The Neighborhood”

7 5/8″x 5 1/2″

“The Project”

8 3/4″ x 7 1/8″

“Just A Stones Throw Away”

“The Way It Sometimes Happens”

5 7/16″ x 4″

“The Sights Unseen”

9 1/4″ x 6 9/16″

“Making Everything Better”

8 1/2″ x 7 1/4″

“An Incredible Chain of Events is About to Begin”

9 3/4″ x 6 1/2″

“It Looks A Little Rough Out There Today”

9″ x 4 1/4″

“The Bluff”

12 1/2″ x 11 1/2″

“The Suburban Escape”

9″ x 8 1/4″

Copyright © 2011 by Drew Kail

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4 thoughts on “Print Collages”

  1. hi,
    thanks for stopping by my blog. I’m glad I came by yours. I’m really intrigued. I also like your reuse philosophy. I get most of my supplies at thrift stores, yard sales, flea markets.

  2. Wow Drew these are fabulous. I moan & whinge constantly about being studioless but a printmaker? That’s tragic, it seems where there’s a will….I think back to art school where a fellow student was in a wheelchair- he made himself an adjustable easel, a print press and went on to produce massive steel sculptures that he’d display in his front yard. I hope one day you strike the mother load at the recycle centre and you find something to make life a little easier. Happy printing! Meow to Matisse

    1. Thanks. I’m glad you like my work. It seems we are in similar situations. I too know the intense pull of excessive blogging due to having a home studio. I eventually want to have a press, but actually do enjoy the intimate challenge of being spatially inadequate. The main goal is to work on a larger scale like I did in college, but I may be able to figure something out in my tiny room.
      Cheers
      Drew

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