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A Place to Call Home – Nathan Deganis Librera

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365 days through the four seasons
Medium: marker/pen

Size: 17″ x 21″

2019

NFS (Not for Sale)

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365 days through the four seasons
Medium: marker/pen

Size: 17″ x 21″

2019

NFS (Not for Sale)

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About the Artist – Nathan Deganis Librera

In my screenprinted illustrations, I depict the places I frequent most, parks, neighborhoods, and special spaces, illustrating the emotion and memories each place evokes. By capturing moments with small, sometimes hidden detail, I illustrate a personal relationship I have with each place. Whether these places are physical or internal, they’re important to me. My prints are a body of work in progress, as there are many more places I find magical enough to put ink to paper. I am a screen printer and illustrator from Buffalo, NY. I began screenprinting in 2014 and fell in love with the process- turning any idea into a tangible piece of art. I started printing t-shirts in several different shops, producing thousands of orders from local businesses to epic clients. A few years after getting into screenprinting, I started working on my own projects, teaching the craft at a local non-profit in Buffalo (WNY Book Arts Center), and producing specialty hand screenprinted wallpaper at a local startup (Red Disk). I do my printing in the community studio at Book Arts, illustrating at my home studio. I plan to continue to expand this collection of work, one day setting up a rad print studio of my own in my attic.
Find out more about the artist: nathandl.com  / @nathandldesign

1 review for A Place to Call Home – Nathan Deganis Librera

  1. Meg Shortt

    This is a piece I would love to see in person rather than digitally as it looks like there is so much more detail that can only be picked up with the human eye rather than a photograph. After reading your bio I tried to zoom in and find even more detail but I truly felt robbed by my computer. I have seen and actually done a few pieces that depict the changing of the seasons and I have never seen one done vertically and with stippling effect you used in the background to created the gradient.

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