Sarah Flack MA
A major influence in my work has been a fascination with what may be in existence beyond the physical world that we are familiar with. My research has led me to discover that the relatively recent redevelopment of ‘The String Theory’, links scientific theories to what has previously been considered fantasy & that scientists now believe that there could be eleven dimensions with parallel universes. I am intrigued with transformation & communication between dimensions, which I have been primarily exploring through the metamorphic medium of monoprinting.
- MA in Printmaking at Camberwell College of Arts
- PGCE teaching qualification
- Exhibitions in London & East Sussex
- Artist in residence at Intaglio Printmaker (London)
- Tutor at Sussex Downs College (Eastbourne), WEA, Claverham (Battle) & various private classes
These pieces of original artwork are created by applying coloured inks onto a plastic sheet by painting the picture directly onto it. The picture is then transferred to paper by using a press that is similar to a mangle, therefore an original one-off piece of artwork is created. The technical term for this process is called a monoprint. It uses the word mono because every print is unique and cannot be repeated.
Digitally Layered Process
These images are created by hand initially (monoprints, paintings etc.) & then layered using the computer.
Art Classes & Exhibitions etc., are listed in the news section
Camberwell animation http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UPCPbPYB3P4&feature=channel&list=UL
Video of Camberwell MA show at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yp09yMisrZ0&feature=plcp