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Joe Fedderson


Feddersen's latest imagery reflects a mellowing trend and a multi-media approach that has been a growing part of his reperatoire for the last six or seven years. While past series of prints have made use of uninhibited bright colors, often used as a reflection of blanket or basket patterns, Feddersen's new works are muted and often sculptural with the addition of Chine Collé (applied bits of thin tissue-like paper, nuetral tones in this case) and Gold and Silver foil that cover, but not entirely, the bold palette beneath leaving just enough tantalizing pigment to tease the eye.

The last six months has brought Mr. Feddersen the kind of momentum most artists only dream of: residencies, portfolio collaborations, fellowship grants and aquisitions. He has been included in no less than six exhibitions, including shows at the University of Arizona where he worked with original Tamarind grad Jack Lemmon (Landfall Press) and a stellar cast of native artists, The Eiteljorg Museum in Indianapolis, one of the three top Native museums in America, where he was one of two artists to receive a large fellowship grant, the Jan Cicero Gallery (Chicago) where he was part of a group monotype show, the University of Colorado, Boulder (visiting artist), and Rutgers University in New Jersey (visiting artist).


Joe Feddersen
"Interwoven Sign V.E. 8/20"
Lithogrophy - chin cole
2001
32.25" x 32.25" framed

 




       

Joe Feddersen
"Tama #1"
Unique print collagraph, stamps and stencils
2001
26.25" x 33.75" framed
 


       

Joe Feddersen
"Tama #1"
Unique print collagraph, stamps and stencils
2001
26.25" x 33.75" framed
 


       

Joe Feddersen
"Tama #1"
Unique print collagraph, stamps and stencils
2001
26.25" x 33.75" framed
 


       

Joe Feddersen
"Tama #1"
Unique print collagraph, stamps and stencils
2001
26.25" x 33.75" framed
 


       
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