This is the third print Tibbetts has made at Center Street Studio. It contains the same mathematical and spatial 'figuring' prevalent in so much of his work, whether it is drawing, painting, sculpture or printmaking. The late Carl Belz writes about his work:
“The creative process everywhere evident in Roger Tibbetts’s pictures is appealing in its visual richness and variety, its evocations of the links between making marks and making meaning, and particularly in the wide range of its embrace, which articulates, and thereby acknowledges, each picture’s individuality by allowing each to glimpse for us its gestation and resolution, as if revealing each in the fullness of its evolution from becoming to being.”
CS II was printed with white etching ink on a black chine collé paper from Korea. It was printed in an edition of 30.