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Embossed, hand-dyed paper mounted on linen in acrylic box | 2015
These works are instinctual explorations in color, shape, and creating smaller works to eventually form a whole. The process of hand dyeing the paper and timing each dip to get the desired color required complete presence from Humphreys and also give rise to beautiful mishaps in the dyeing process.
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56 x 40 x 3 inches
The work comes with a Certification of Authenticity signed by the Co-Founder of Tappan
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Cheryl Humphreys' meticulously crafted, hand-pulled prints have been featured in Vogue, MyDomaine & Artnet.com. Recent residencies include Pocoapoco Residency, Otra Vox and MacArthur Place.
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