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Art Revolution by Lisa Cyr

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DEMONSTRATION: Lynne Foster

using custom transfers and xerography

Outside the confines of the studio, intriguing textures and iconography can be found almost anywhere. Whether it is the color and tactile quality of a rusted piece of painted metal, the pattern of a broken chain-link fence, the graphics of a weathered and torn billboard or the signature type on a graffiti wall, each inspires. Elements, natural or man-made, can be transformed by the process of xerography. Manipulating them through overlapping various printed transparencies, greatly enlarging or reducing portions, bending, creasing, fragmenting, multiplying sections or moving elements—either fast or slowly—across a photocopy machine while in operation can yield exciting, unexpected ...

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