After a considerable break from making prints I have managed to get back into production over the last few months. Mostly due to creating a set of new prints for a forth coming exhibition in Orkney. Based around Orkney Stone Tools this suite of three drypoint etchings all have some context with stone tools. More …
New Prints for the Ryedale show now completed. A suite of six prints made using a combination of etching, drypoint, Japanese woodblock and carborundum techniques. The title for the prints is “Boundary” and will be numbered as a variable edition.
Two pieces accepted for the RGI 151st Annual Exhibition. Show starts on 16th September 2012 and runs until the 6th October 2012. At The Mitchell in Glasgow. For further details check the website of the RGI.
Two new Drypoints that I am working on. These are mixed Drypoint, Collograph and Spit Bite plates, proof prints.
New image in the Axis Series – Drypoint etching, aquatint & carborundum on zinc plates, also shown #5 new Vitreograph five in all.
Two images have been selected for the Royal Glasgow Institute annual exhibition.
Edinburgh Printmakers winter exhibition is to be themed around Myths & Legends.
Two new versions of the Circle III print series – first is a four print version
Annual Exhibition 2010 of the SSA held in the Royal Scottish Academy building on The Mound in Edinburgh. Two recent works being shown – Linear VI – a four plate, five colour etching using drypoint, spit bite and solarplate techniques. The second piece is – Solar IV – again multi plate etching, three plate, three …
Series of prints created as multi-plate prints using drypoint, photo-etch and solarplate. The artwork for these images was drawn onto glass plates which had previously been sand blasted with part of the image. These glass plates were then used as the masters to make the solarplate and etch plates. As the series progresses the sandblacsting …