Charles Morgan, Victoria, B.C., Canada

'Peacock Nude'

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Artist's comments ...

Seems I am in my "velvet Elvis" phase, with another print on black paper ... this time I used Stonehenge, and it was much nicer than Arches Cover.
There are peacocks with beautiful plumage in the park near where I live. Watching them made me think that it is the human female that puts on the display, rather than the male. So I used the design from the peacock tail feathers and placed it in the appropriate places on the female torso.
The inks for the peacock design are Pearl-Ex pigments mixed into a clear acrylic base, applied by pochoir. The white is titanium white pigment dispersion from Guerra in clear etching tint base printed by carved woodblock.

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