Marilyn Corica

Moth

I have been producing prints now for about 22 years and have been an active member of the Printmakers Association of WA for the past 18 years, and I am also enrolled in the Honours program at Edith Cowan University, Perth. The imagery within my work is an interpretation of the landscape and its structure within an environment documented through a collection of spontaneous and suggestive combinations of lines, shape and colour relating to the natural and man-made elements found within the contours of the land.

My current work and that for my honours is a mixture of traditional and computer printed images. I had always looked upon the computer as another process producing apparatus to work on designs and images in which to produce a print but never as the print process in which to produce artwork. It is very interesting to see the outcomes and responses that certain papers give when printed via the computer. The image for this exhibition is an image of mine that has been digitally manipulated and printed onto acid free watercolour paper.

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  • Categories: 2002 Artist Profiles
  • Country: Western Australia, Australia
  • Medium: Digital print

1 Comment

  1. Kristiana

    August 4, 2015
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    Melissa!

    I love your art work. Just as much as I love you. Email me now that you have my email.

    Xx
    Kristiana

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