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David Underwood

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  1. Individual Viewpoint, 2021. Color photographs, ink on archival inkjet photograph, silver gelatin photographs, and stainless steel staples on museum board and foam board. 30" x 30", framed to image edge in a cherry hardwood frame.
  2. Young Enough, 2021. Color photographs, silver gelatin photographs, acrylic, ink & graphite & acrylic on paper, and clear varnishes on wood, with a custom copper sheet metal frame. 30" x 30" x 2”.
  3. More Peace, 2020. Archival B&W inkjet composite photograph with stainless steel staples, color photographs, silver gelatin photographs, acrylic, pastel crayon, ink, and graphite on paper and museum board. 30" x 30" framed to artwork edge in a cherry hardwood frame.
  4. Expanded Vocabulary, 2020. Color photographs, silver gelatin photographs, a composite archival inkjet photograph, ink, and stainless steel stapes on museum board. 30" x 30" framed to artwork edge in a cherry hardwood frame.
  5. Rational Dialogue, 2021. Silver gelatin photographs, graphite & acrylic on paper, an archival B&W inkjet photograph, ink on graph paper, and stainless steel staples on museum board and foam board. 30" x 30" framed to artwork edge in a cherry hardwood frame.
  6. Nebulous Forever, 2021. Silver gelatin photograph, an archival inkjet photograph, ink, aluminum foil tape, acrylic on paper, and stainless steel staples on museum board and foam board. 30" x 30" framed to artwork edge in a cherry hardwood frame.
  7. David Underwood

    David Underwood

    This is a series of mixed-media, image/text artworks. Each work includes some of my own original photography, some intentionally ambiguous text, and other art/presentation media such as painting, drawing, staples, nails, or perhaps appropriated objects. The text and images are not intended to necessarily refer directly to each other; rather, both text and images are intended to provide possible pathways for content, meaning, and interpretation for each individual viewer.
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