Mark Read
Moon Set
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Moon Set
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Woven Monoprints: Part of the NATURAL PATTERNS series.

Woven Archival Inkjet Monoprint on Moab Entrada 190 gsm archival paper. This is an image of the full moon setting over the ocean very early in the morning just prior to sunrise. The three separate images comprising the triptyche were taken at the same time and had originally been intended to create a seamless panoramic image. The presence of the moon image in the side panels is only hinted at by the quality of the textures in the sky and the reflections on the water. There is a human scale to this image, as if it were a kimono fabric unfolding. The image presented here is a fascimile of the woven pattern (grey lines) as well as the frame surround although they are accurate dimensionally in this view. The woven pattern creates a three dimensional quality to the overall piece and runs continuously through the image imparting a subtlety of pattern and form to the image area. The technique used for the weaving is to print the image twice, cut each image into strips of a defined width, and then weave the image back together again. The fully realized woven piece is then mounted at the edges onto 4 ply museum board to preserve its longevity and to maintian the weave pattern. The piece is professionally framed in matte black lacquered wood (Dimensions: 3/4" face x 1" deep). It includes an archival matte board, 1/8" UV plexiglass face, the woven piece mounted on 4 ply museum board, and 1/8" black cardboard backing.
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