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Bonnie Kaye Whitfield

Featured Print: Ode to Michael Pollan

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Ode to Michael Pollan
Silkscreen on White and Buff Cover
15″ x 20″ Edition of 11
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“This print was inspired by Michael Pollan’s book The Omnivore’s Dilemma. I was intrigued and overwhelmed by the idea that cows are pumped full of corn for expedient meat production. Ode to Michael Pollan was printed using the screen-printing method. This method of printing, which involves using a squeegee to push ink through a stencil on a screen, is associated with mass-production printing. I wanted to utilize a printing method that mimicked the fast production of meat.”

Bonnie Kaye Whitfield lives and works in Philadelphia, where she is currently busy designing and printing for Kaye Rachelle Designs, a home textile company she recently co-founded. She graduated with an MFA in Printmaking from Pratt Institute in 2010. She works primarily in silkscreen & relief, drawing upon objects associated with home and the everyday. She holds a BFA in Art Education with a concentration in painting and drawing from The University of Georgia. She is an active member of the Philadelphia Center for the Book.