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3D MONOPRINTS

In this series, the three-dimensional monoprints are moving beyond the two-dimensional surface of the paper. The duality of geometric, mathematical patterns and pixelated images creates soft tension between new and old technologies, and inside and outside realities.


Treetopia Series
Tree Dynamics Series

Trunk in a Box Series
Twisted

Circuit Tree Series
Xylem Series
Quantum Dynamics Series
Rings Series with Fabric
Cellular Diffusion Series

MONOPRINTS

I started to make monoprints in 1999 with the Rings Series, which was inspired by the rings of the tree trunk. I continued to explore the organic intricacies of tree rings with the Branched & Rooted Series that appeared in 2004.

Branched & Rooted Monoprint Series Branched & Rooted Series
Rings Series Monoprints Rings Series
Inner Vision Series

MONOPRINT INSTALLATIONS

Branched & Rooted

MIXED MEDIA

The Tree Spirit series is a body of work that is inspired by the Monoprint process. For several years I have been making monoprints, using nets to depict the layers and texture of trees. In the Tree Spirit series, the actual net is collaged on to the canvas, creating a relief that catches the mysterious spirit of trees.

Tree Spirit Series

NOW AND ZEN - The Traveling Retrospective

Houston-based artist and printmaker Orna Feinstein’s retrospective exhibition "Now and Zen - Fifteen Years of Contemporary Printmaking" is now traveling at various museums and venues.

 



SCULPTURAL AND PAPER INSTALLATIONS

The series of installations examines the similarities and differences between natural phenomena in plants and artificial human activities. The material used is mostly recycled paper, and the structure is inspired by cellular images of plants as seen under the microscope. Papellibrium (2016) and Multi-Librium (2012), the large scale paper installations made from recycled art invitations, have been extensively reviewed by the art community.

Papellibrium
Paper Installation
Multi-librium
Paper Installation
Eco-librium
About Redundancy
Objects are More Dimensional Than They Appear