"Three Holes" (2002)

Three Holes, 2002
Spitbite, aquatint etching with Gampi on somerset white textured paper; Image: 18 x 24 inches; Paper: 29 x 34 inches
Edition of 40
Courtesy of the artist and Paulson Bott Press

"There is the potential for much more spontaneity with prints than there is with the sculpture, which tends to be very very slow, accretive kind of process—labor intensive."
—Martin Puryear

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