Printmaking is a natural match for Greenfield-Sanders’s particular approach. Many of the images she and the press have co-produced utilize aquatint and photogravure. While aquatint involves creating a plate and adding washes of luminous, ethereal color, photogravure reproduces images from film negatives—producing clean, realistic lines much like the ones she superimposes onto her paintings. And while many of the images Greenfield-Sanders chooses (mountain vacations, beaches, children) portray an idealized sense of American life she has an eye for imperfect, off-kilter reproduction. Greenfield-Sanders works excel in that they are founded upon cast-off images that are fleck with flaws that rarely exist in modern-day digital photography. Her works take full advantage of the beautiful mishaps of manual processes, ultimately celebrating the unique abilities of the artist’s hand.