Tag Archives: printing

How it’s made: reduction linocut my way…

I thought it would be interesting to write a blog explaining exactly how I make one of my linocut prints. This print, called Vale Raking Light is a great candidate for a thoroughly nerdy piece with plenty of technical detail … Continue reading

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Des Res

In a week or so I will be setting off to Japan for an artist’s residency of several weeks to further my Japanese woodblock printing skills. At present details remain sketchy: I know I am the British artist, but don’t … Continue reading

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Lucky, lucky, lucky

This blog is going to be a tricky one because I do hate to sound like someone who is having her cake and eating it, especially since to have cake is to eat cake as far as I am concerned, … Continue reading

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Anti-Wrinkle Treatment

Getting your Japanese woodblock prints to dry flat. Continue reading

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Colour coded

How to handle your pallet on many layered prints Continue reading

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Triumph and Disaster

Observations on bamboo paper. Continue reading

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