The Origins of the Cookie Cutter House Project ~ Part 2

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My work process started to include a variety of papers, many of which I made or altered by painting or printmaking techniques.  I have tried a number of different surfaces but paper remains my favorite to this day.  The satisfaction of making paper and altering the surfaces of manufactured paper resulted in my including other materials in my work such as stitching and wire.  The house and building imagery increased and also seemed to go from grand buildings (as in the cut paper work in my last post) to singular structures and small groups of less grand buildings. Other samples of this work are shown in this post.

Mountainside Village
Mountainside Village, Circa mid 1990s, Private Collection

Community Spirit
Community Spirit, Circa mid 1990s, Private Collection
City Snapshot 2
City Snapshot, Circa mid 1990s, Private Collection

 

City Snapshot
Houses, Circa mid 1990s, Private Collection

 

Street Corner HR
Street Corner, Circa mid 1990s, Private Collection

 

If We Lived in the Garden HR
If We Lived in the Garden, Circa mid 1990s, Private Collection

Click Here for a list of links for all posts on the Cookie Cutter House Project 

 

 

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