Photographic prints from painted negatives

My interest in x-rays; in particular the use of light passing through a surface to generate an x-ray image, is further explored in a series of paintings on glass. These images are rendered in oil paint in the negative on glass. They become photographic positives by making contact with light sensitive paper. Here, the image is created through a process analogous to an X-ray. In this way, it offers an imaginative diagnosis of the surfaces and dissolving images of my paintings.