GLORY TACHEENIE-CAMPOY

The creative process of abstracting reality and time is my favorite approach to making art without concern or worries about repetition or style.

A beautiful, serene image of time and space is represented in this woodcut titled Horizon Two. It’s held together with some stitching & was exhibited at an international print gathering in both Boulder and Ft. Collins, Colorado.

The monotype collage Warrior Walking is my interpretation of a sad figure which appeared after I studied it and decided the direction from which it should be viewed. I enjoyed the spontaneity and freeform in creating this print. It will be submitted for exhibition at Raices Taller 222 Workshop and Gallery, Tucson, AZ in 2016.

The etching Inequality was included in an international print exchange in Vancouver, British Columbia.


The process for the etching requires a decent drawing with visible lines and tones. I most enjoy the process of creating an etching; creating an image: then transferring the image to plate, choosing color and final printing is sometimes a surprise after many trial and errors.

The creative process of abstracting reality and time is my favorite approach to making art without concern or worries about repetition or style.