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Elizabeth Munger

"-... .-.. ..- . .- ... ... . -- -... .-.. .- --. . (blue assemblage)," glass rolling pin, wool fiber and collagraph print on Sekishu paper.  

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Responding to images of water, sky, landscapes, predatory beasts, clouds, reflecting skies, rays of the sun and setting sail.  -... .-.. ..- .     .- ... ... . -- -... .-.. .- --. . (blue assemblage) is an exploration of materials, space, light, distortion, and the manipulation of object. Materials contained within a glass rolling pin are wool fiber and a collagraph print on Sekishu paper. 

Elizabeth Munger is an Iowa City based artist, as well as owns and operates a custom letterpress print shop, the Paper Nest. She received her MFA in Book Arts from the University of Iowa’s Center for the Book in 2014. Artist books, printmaking, installations, paper, and mixed media collage make up the majority of her work. Currently she’s creating work that engages macro- and micro-cosms, space-time, and mythology, through filters of memory, fields of color, and monotone spaces. You can find more of her work at elizabethmunger.com

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