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The work of Houston-based serigraphy artist Carlos Hernandez has been showcased through a variety of gallery shows and projects that include the music industry, restaurant and retail design, and corporate work. Carlos is a founding partner of Burning Bones Press, a full-service printmaking studio located in the Houston Heights and has served as an instructor of Screen Printing at Rice University, Department of Visual and Dramatic Arts.
Carlos’ work as a visiting artist has taken him to Pratt NY, Parsons NY, New York School of Art, IPCNY, Ft Wayne Art Museum, Harvard Art Museums, University of Minnesota, University of Wisconsin, Self Help Graphics- Los Angeles, Duke University, Frogman’s, Contemporary Arts Museum Houston, and more.
He is a member of the legendary Outlaw Printmakers and is a graduate of the Texas Tech Graphic Design Program.
My work reproduces familiar visual images, drawn or found, arranging or collaging them into new conceptually layered pieces. For me, the discipline of printmaking is the process of discovery; I love how the process has a feeling of unpredictability. In creating my work, I am drawn to discarded and found graphics and like to incorporate hand-drawn elements, old ads and dirty patterns to add to my illustration and collage work.