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Title: Tomorrow Comes
Date: 1999
Medium: Soft ground etching, aquatint, drypoint, and monotype with chine collé
Edition 4/10
Dimensions: 31 1/8 x 22 inches (79.1 x 55.9 cm)
Credit Line: The Print and Artist's Book Collection of Phyllis Goody Cohen, Class of 1957
Object Number: 99.095
Label Text: Warrick’s tactile use of multilayered color contrasts the ethereal with the substance of memory. Her deft handcraft in the collagelike overlap and combination of various techniques result in thoughtfully composed images. She scratches, scrapes, and paints over and over, excavating a life beneath. At first glance, her discovery seems to reveal a world of wonder and childlike pleasure, but there is anger here, too, in an effort to seek out a truth. The furrows she digs create surfaces that trigger a forbidden desire to touch them, as if the very essence of the work could be transmitted through the fingertips. ("Imprint/ In Print," curated by Nancy E. Green with assistance from Christian Waibel '17 and presented at the Johnson Museum August 8 - December 20, 2015)

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