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1001 Eason St

Carol Hayman

Photo Intaglio Printmaking
La Llorona
La Llorona

2021, Photo intaglio print ink on paper, 11 x 15 in.

$250

NFS

2021, Photo intaglio print ink on paper, 11 x 15 in.
La Llorona

2021, Photo intaglio print ink on paper, 11 x 15 in.

$ 250.00 USD

NFS

The Creek
The Creek

2021, Photo intaglio print ink on paper, 11 x 15 in.

$250

Available in-studio and in online shop

The Woods
The Woods

2021, Photo intaglio print ink on paper, 11 x 15 in.

$250

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The Duck People Prepare to Fly South
The Duck People Prepare to Fly South

2021, Photo intaglio print ink on paper, 11 x 15 in.

$250

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Duck Mother Calls
Duck Mother Calls

2021, Photo intaglio print ink on paper, 11 x 15 in.

$250

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La Llorona Searches for Her Drowned Children
La Llorona Searches for Her Drowned Children

2021, Photo intaglio print ink on paper, 11 x 15 in.

$250

Available in-studio and in online shop

La Llorona
La Llorona

2021, Photo intaglio print ink on paper, 11 x 15 in.

$250

Available in-studio and in online shop

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Carol Hayman

About the Artist

Carol Hayman, photographer and printmaker, lives in Austin, Texas where she is a retired Professor of Anthropology from Austin Community College. She prints at Slugfest Print Studio, where her photographs become fine art prints or photo etchings, using polymer plates, an intaglio American French Tool press named Andre Eugene Beaudoin, handmade paper from France, Mexico, and Japan, with Charbonnel ink. She has exhibited locally, nationally, and internationally in Mexico, Guatemala, Peru, England, France, Spain, and Bulgaria. Her work is included in the collections of the Fort Wayne Museum of Art, the Mesa Contemporary Art Museum, the Bradbury Art Museum, the Woodlands School Art Trust, the University Health System San Antonio, and the Illinois Institute of Art Chicago. She has completed residencies with the Coronado Studio Serie Print Project and with the University of Texas at Casa Herrera in Antigua, Guatemala.

Artist Statement

Current works are monochrome photo intaglio prints, from original photographs by the artist. They are printed on BFK Rives, bark paper, and chine collé washi paper. The themes deal with mythology and myth-making attached to objects and locations from urban legends to Native-American and Aboriginal story-telling, with Greek, Roman, Japanese, and Norse mythology, heroes, sheroes, and super-heroes, in comic books, sci-fi tales, and ghost stories told around a campfire. These prints give homage to indigenous ways of knowing through stylized, semi-abstracted figurations depicting a potential narrative sequence. Shadows of mythical stories haunt the landscapes, alluding to creation stories. The work suggests myths and daydreams in a dreamworld of cosmic nature, evoking notions of disappearance, deconstruction, and self-effacement. The mythological world is part of being human. These prints bridge past and present, the mystical and concrete.

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