Wednesday, May 2, 2012
Jeff Fondling Andy
Vladimir Mejia2012
When I originally became interested in Jeff Koons’ work I was intrigued by his attitude towards art and I found I could relate to a lot of his ideas.  I decided that for my final intaglio assignment of copying a work of art, I would try to depict Warhol’s influence on Koons’ work.  I decided to base my print off of Jeff Koons’ “Hand on Breast” from his “Made in Heaven” series, with “Rabbit” serving as a backdrop.  I felt the image would equate the idea of influence to intimacy.  I used two plates for the print.  One holds “Rabbit” the other a contour line drawing.  Both plates were etched with hard ground for the line work.  The “Rabbit” plate was aquatinted and chin-colle was used to attach the yellow tissue paper to the second plate.

Jeff Fondling Andy

Vladimir Mejia
2012

When I originally became interested in Jeff Koons’ work I was intrigued by his attitude towards art and I found I could relate to a lot of his ideas.  I decided that for my final intaglio assignment of copying a work of art, I would try to depict Warhol’s influence on Koons’ work.  I decided to base my print off of Jeff Koons’ “Hand on Breast” from his “Made in Heaven” series, with “Rabbit” serving as a backdrop.  I felt the image would equate the idea of influence to intimacy.  I used two plates for the print.  One holds “Rabbit” the other a contour line drawing.  Both plates were etched with hard ground for the line work.  The “Rabbit” plate was aquatinted and chin-colle was used to attach the yellow tissue paper to the second plate.

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