The making of prints and ‘works on paper’ has remained an enduring passion for Tindall throughout his career as a fine artist. The early New- Zealand works reveal the beginnings of what has become a series of monoprints. These ‘one off’ prints contain ink impressions taken from magazines, 3D paper casts, silk overlays and ink impressions that fuse into a unique ‘printed’ form that seem to sit somewhere between drawing, printmaking, painting and sculpture.

WHY DID I NOT DIE? Conte, paper cast, silk & ink transfer on rag paper

The artist’s years as a Christian lay pastor and preacher are clearly revealed in these ‘prints’ that reveal the struggle between the ‘flesh and spirit’ that remains to this day.

Recent prints show an interesting mix of digital imaging technology mixed with more traditional print-making methods often finished off with air-brush and Conte making each ‘print’ unique. An apparent ‘contradiction of terms’ which Tindall thoroughly approves of.

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