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Research Point – Experimental Methods in Relief Mark Making

For this research point on experimental methods, I have confined my research to relief printing in order to be manageable and relevant to my current work. I can find very exciting works in areas such as collagraph combined with etching, … Continue reading

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Project 9 – Experimental Mark Making on Lino (etc)

I wanted to use this project to explore several areas of experimental mark making on lino and other materials: expand on some of the marks in my original mark making exercise and try more tools exploit further the marks made … Continue reading

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Project 8 – More Reduction Linocut

My tutor had suggested that he would have liked to see repeat printing with my ‘Paisley’ block and I thought I could with advantage also reduce it. In the original exercise, I had printed the motif side buy side and … Continue reading

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Research Point – Mark Hearld, Jonathan Ashworth, Chris Pig – Mark Making

This research point suggests that we look at the work of Mark Hearld or Clare Curtis and I have concentrate on Mark Hearld because Clare Curtis seems to me to be very much in the mold of Angie Lewin, whose … Continue reading

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Part 2 Gallery

This gallery contains 16 photos.

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Project 8 – Reduction Method Linocut

A knobbly squash, which I had bought for lunch, appealed to me as a subject. A quick sketch was later converted into a gouache painting in three colours to explore how the tone might be interpreted into three layers and … Continue reading

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Making an Artist’s Book

My tutor suggested that I consider developing my monoprints using natural stencils and acrylic paints printed off a gelatine sheet. I have been thinking about how to produce something which didn’t just hang on a wall. These two ideas have … Continue reading

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