Piece description from the artist
This print is from a series of zinc plates that were intentionally melted with an oxy/acetylene torch to create the varied texture. The dichotomy of the expressive quality and grounded landscape like surface help create an interesting and familiar experience.
Daniel Weber loves to play with quirky, witty, smart, fun, humorous and ironic imagery. Daniel is a printmaker who received his MFA from California State University Fullerton in 2006. Daniel has studied printmaking at Tamarind Institute in Albuquerque, NM and works closely with the International Printing Museum in Carson, the Riverside Art Museum and Irvine Fine Arts Center teaching classes and demonstrating new processes. Daniel exhibits his work both locally and nationally, taking inspiration from daily life, history, media, technology and personal experiences.