The ugly truth is that I have no ability to render anything in 2D.  If you ignore that small detail, I have actually worked a great deal in the past with monotypes, silkscreen, and woodcuts based on photograpic images.

Rainbow Ridge 1981       Xerographic monotype.
Original images were multiple slides that were transfered to a xerox. The ink was then disolved off of the xerox while the image was run through an intaglio press. The image can be further pushed but varying the amount of solvent, time the solvent is in contact, and press pressure. The original pictures are of a lone tree on a small ridge above the lava fields of western New Mexico.
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