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Wader I Blue

  Wader I (Blue) 2012 Direct to plate photogravure and aquatint Somerset white paper Image size 21" x 21" Paper size 31½" x 31½" Edition of 50 Purchase/Inquire   Isca Greenfield-Sanders uses discarded slides as her source imagery. They are the evidence of stories, now forgotten, but given another life through her art. The narrative is not prescriptive but wide open. Sometimes she recasts the image as if some of the color had been washed away. Other times she intentionally repeats a flaw because there are treasures to be found in the castoff of the castoff. In the digital age, everyone is a photographer, and the mistakes are deleted before they can even be filed away. In her work, Greenfield-Sanders repurposes the quotidian into something deeply memorable. Paulson Bott Press: You determine some of the basic images before ...Read more

Wader I (Pink)

  Wader I (Pink) 2012 Direct to plate photogravure and aquatint Somerset white paper Image size 21" x 21" Paper size 31½" x 31½" Edition of 50 Purchase/Inquire   Isca Greenfield-Sanders uses discarded slides as her source imagery. They are the evidence of stories, now forgotten, but given another life through her art. The narrative is not prescriptive but wide open. Sometimes she recasts the image as if some of the color had been washed away. Other times she intentionally repeats a flaw because there are treasures to be found in the castoff of the castoff. In the digital age, everyone is a photographer, and the mistakes are deleted before they can even be filed away. In her work, Greenfield-Sanders repurposes the quotidian into something deeply memorable. Paulson Bott Press: You determine some of the basic images before ...Read more

Wader II Blue

  Wader II (Blue) 2012 Direct to plate photogravure and aquatint Somerset white paper Image size 21" x 21" Paper size 31½" x 31½" Edition of 50 Purchase/Inquire   Isca Greenfield-Sanders uses discarded slides as her source imagery. They are the evidence of stories, now forgotten, but given another life through her art. The narrative is not prescriptive but wide open. Sometimes she recasts the image as if some of the color had been washed away. Other times she intentionally repeats a flaw because there are treasures to be found in the castoff of the castoff. In the digital age, everyone is a photographer, and the mistakes are deleted before they can even be filed away. In her work, Greenfield-Sanders repurposes the quotidian into something deeply memorable. Paulson Bott Press: You determine some of the basic images before ...Read more

Wader II (Pink)

Wader II (Pink) 2012 Direct to plate photogravure and aquatint Somerset white paper Image size 21" x 21" Paper size 31½" x 31½" Edition of 50 Purchase/Inquire   Isca Greenfield-Sanders uses discarded slides as her source imagery. They are the evidence of stories, now forgotten, but given another life through her art. The narrative is not prescriptive but wide open. Sometimes she recasts the image as if some of the color had been washed away. Other times she intentionally repeats a flaw because there are treasures to be found in the castoff of the castoff. In the digital age, everyone is a photographer, and the mistakes are deleted before they can even be filed away. In her work, Greenfield-Sanders repurposes the quotidian into something deeply memorable. Paulson Bott Press: You determine some of the basic images before you ...Read more

Pikes Peak

Pikes Peak 2012 Direct to plate photogravure and aquatint Somerset white paper Image size 21" x 21" Paper size 31½" x 31½" Edition of 50 Purchase/Inquire Isca Greenfield-Sanders uses discarded slides as her source imagery. They are the evidence of stories, now forgotten, but given another life through her art. The narrative is not prescriptive but wide open. Sometimes she recasts the image as if some of the color had been washed away. Other times she intentionally repeats a flaw because there are treasures to be found in the castoff of the castoff. In the digital age, everyone is a photographer, and the mistakes are deleted before they can even be filed away. In her work, Greenfield-Sanders repurposes the quotidian into something deeply memorable. Paulson Bott Press: You determine some of the basic images before you come out ...Read more

Wildwood III

Wildwood (Detail III) 2014 Direct to plate photogravure and aquatint Somerset white paper and gampi Image size 14" x 14" Paper size 18 3/4" x 18" Edition of 35 Purchase/Inquire Isca Greenfield-Sanders looks for just the right discarded slide. One image taken in 1961 at the Jersey shore has provided her inspiration for several paintings and three new prints with Paulson Bott Press. As she focuses her attention closer and closer the image moves from a dreamy memory to an abstract dream. –Kenneth Caldwell Paulson Bott Press: Where did the images for these prints come from? IGS: All three etchings are based on one slide taken in 1961 at the beach in Wildwood, New Jersey. The original slide is bright and packed with figures – I fell for it immediately. I have made more than 10 oil paintings/studies, ...Read more

Wildwood II

  Wildwood (Detail II) 2014 Direct to plate photogravure and aquatint Somerset white paper and gampi Image size 14" x 14" Paper size 18 3/4" x 18" Edition of 35 Purchase/Inquire   Isca Greenfield-Sanders looks for just the right discarded slide. One image taken in 1961 at the Jersey shore has provided her inspiration for several paintings and three new prints with Paulson Bott Press. As she focuses her attention closer and closer the image moves from a dreamy memory to an abstract dream. –Kenneth Caldwell Paulson Bott Press: Where did the images for these prints come from? IGS: All three etchings are based on one slide taken in 1961 at the beach in Wildwood, New Jersey. The original slide is bright and packed with figures – I fell for it immediately. I have made more than 10 ...Read more

Wildwood I

  Wildwood (Detail I) 2014 Direct to plate photogravure and aquatint Somerset white paper and gampi Image size 14" x 14" Paper size 18 3/4" x 18" Edition of 35 Purchase/Inquire Isca Greenfield-Sanders looks for just the right discarded slide. One image taken in 1961 at the Jersey shore has provided her inspiration for several paintings and three new prints with Paulson Bott Press. As she focuses her attention closer and closer the image moves from a dreamy memory to an abstract dream. –Kenneth Caldwell Paulson Bott Press: Where did the images for these prints come from? IGS: All three etchings are based on one slide taken in 1961 at the beach in Wildwood, New Jersey. The original slide is bright and packed with figures – I fell for it immediately. I have made more than 10 oil ...Read more