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Project 15 – Four Combination and Experimental Prints

For the final project in the course, I had a number of ambitions: to continue to look at the subject of iron smelting and casting to use my own created chine colle papers to combine monoprinting with carborundum printing, inspired … Continue reading

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Research Point – Chine Colle

Chine colle is the application of pasted thin papers or metal leaf to a plate such that when it is printed, the inked image will overprint the applied paper and integrate it into the image and the support. Printmakers use … Continue reading

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Research – Combining Monoprints with Other Techniques – Barbara Rae

When trying to look at examples of prints combining monoprinting with other techniques, Barbara Rae instantly came to mind. I saw two of her works in the ‘flesh’ at this years RA Summer Exhibition, and they stood out for the … Continue reading

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