"Honey Dip" is a limited edition 11 x 14 print of a painting by Amanda Valdez. It is printed in archival pigment inks on a 250 gm cotton fiber archival rag paper. They are conservatively rated 108 years. The printing process has been overseen by the artist. Each print comes with a hand-signed label. This is an edition of 50, and the print is shipped unframed.
These editions are hand-printed on demand and require 2-3 weeks handling time. If you need the print sooner, please email us. We will do our best to accommodate you.
Amanda Valdez uses fabric, embroidery, paint, and a sewing machine to make her paintings. Oscillating between abstraction and representation her shapes poke at everything human. She examines how painting and sculpture can represent the physical experiences and stories of the body, using different modes of making to give a larger sense of time on a historic scale. She has been the recipient of a Yaddo Artist-in-Residency, MacDowell Colony Artist-in-Residency, Bemis Center for Contemporary Arts Artist-in-Residency. Recent solo exhibitions include Thick as Thieves, at Denny Gallery, and Double Down, at Prole Drift. Recent group exhibitions include: Diamond Seat: Amanda Valdez and Caris Reid, Circuit 12, Dallas, A Common Thread: Stitching and Embroidery, San Jose Museum of Quilts and Textiles, About us, at Galeria Agustina Ferreyra, San Juan, Puerto Rico, Taking Off: Hot New Painters, at Reynolds Gallery, Virginia. She has been featured on the Huffington Post, New American Paintings, the Stranger, and Hyperallergic.