“My work has often been described as belonging to a category of ‘reductive, geometric abstraction’. In the last decade however, I have been intentionally, slowly reshaping what constitutes my working model to incorporate more surprise and imaginative play. While my work remains what some would call ‘abstract’, image and representation have become more apparent. The two lithographs produced with Shark’s Ink are products of this drift.” Rodney Carswell

“geo-2-oon” is a forty-three color lithograph, with cut-outs, printed from twelve plates made from mylars hand drawn and painted by the artist.