Repeat Pattern Triptych


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Layered Paper Monoprint
24” x 78” x 2” (Each panel 24” x 24”)

“Repeat Pattern” is based on a stream of childhood memories from Wall’s exploration of
abandoned Quonset Huts. Images arise from short WWII black and white documentary
films in which war seems like a game. Boys bedroom wall paper, pajamas, and shiny
metal lunch boxes sport jaunty war motifs.


Janice Wall is an experimental mono-printmaker whose work has expanded to include mixed
media installations. Wall employs an activating aesthetic in her focus on social injustices and
the repeating devastation of human habitats. Her current work incorporates written principles
in our Constitution and reflects on the betrayal of these words reported in the daily news.
Recently, Wall’s work has been shown at AHHA in Tulsa in “Together/Apart,” at Redline
Contemporary Art Center In Denver in ”Rethinking Urbanism,” and her “Industrial Triptych
was shown at the Art Complex Museum in Massachusetts. Visit her website at