When it comes to printmaking, I enjoy the challenges of the discipline and the emphasis on markmaking, line and tone. The complexity of the technical nature of printmaking is alluring as there is always something new to learn. Most recently I have begun etching using a copper suphate & sodium (salt) mix as it is more environmentally friendly. I use oil based inks for their velvety richness and I clean up with a 'green' spray cleaner. I am going to experiment with 'kitchen lithography' using harmless products later in the year and will let you know how it goes!
2015, Intaglio 200x250mm (Zinc plate, copper sulphate etch)
2015, Intaglio (Zinc plate copper sulphate etch) Pescia Buff Magnani paper 300gsm, 95 x 95mm, Edition of 10 (2 Sold)
2015, 165 x 120mm, artist proof, Linocut and collagraph (Sold)
2012, linocut, relief collage
2012, linocut, artist proof
2015, Intaglio, 95x95mm (Zinc plate, copper sulphate etch)
2011, colagraph & drypoint, artists proof.
2015, Unique watercolour screenprint, Arches 300gsm 300x370mm 2015 1/1, 30x37cm (SOLD) Tribute to Cecil the lion, shot in 2015 for sport by an American Dentist.