Amanda Outcalt creates charming multi-media assemblages that include embroidery, intaglio printmaking, and needlework elements. The intaglios were largely renditions of wildlife–a time honored subject matter that facilitates the benefits of this printmaking process. The printmaking elements are cut out and adhered to a larger paper support. The intaglios lend a highly graphic focal point that do well to prevent the works from floating in the huge unfinished negative spaces lurking in each piece. There will be more on this elsewhere. You can learn more about the process and artist here.