about this series:

This is the second series of etchings using the technique of color viscosity printing and based on Cathedral Floor Plans. Originally developed in the mid-twentieth century by Stanley Hayter and Krishna Reddy at Hayter's Atelier 17 in Paris, the technique allows an etching plate to be inked with at least three colors simultaneously. Though multiple variations of colors can result from the mixing of the three inks, the plate is able to be run through the press in just one pass. Some of the original series of images can be found here.

This new work was also created as a way to explore color variations within the Palimpsest Portrait works.

These more recent cathedral works incorporate textual passages like much of the artist's other work. Five of them explore the similarities between fundamentalist faith in both the Jewish and Christian traditions. Text makes up part of these images; both Hebrew and English texts from the Old Testament. For a further assessment of this check out Tyrus's Eye on Art.

Also, check out the video below which shows how the etching plates are developed and printed in this particular technique.