A print Krantz made last fall by carving architectural forms into foam and then inking them on paper. “It dries really quickly and then I often will paint on top, just washes of color on top of them that add a little more depth.” Krantz’s use of color is fairly intuitive, though she notes that the different shades of green here “feel very Northwest,” as does the wood grain quality.
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A print Krantz made last fall by carving architectural forms into foam and then inking them on paper. “It dries really quickly and then I often will paint on top, just washes of color on top of them that add a little more depth.” Krantz’s use of color is fairly intuitive, though she notes that the different shades of green here “feel very Northwest,” as does the wood grain quality.