Linocut print of Banksia seed pods, flowers and WaratahsKeywords:
Working with line, texture and tone. Printmaking is a very methodical way of working, as it takes many hours to design and then hand carve the woodblock prior to printing. The printing of the lino block is another art in itself, each print is unique and has a certain character.
As these are printed by hand so there’s always a few variations with the prints.
My influences include the Australian printmakers: Margret Preston and Barbara Hanrahan and the Japanese printmaker: Un'ichi Hiratsuka and the Sosaku-hanga woodblock print movement ("creative prints") from the 20thC.
Paper: Cotton Rag Paper 250 gsm
These prints are printed by hand so there will be slight variations with each print.
Print size 30cm x40cm
Paper size approx 45cm x 60 cm
Limited edition of 20 hand-signed and numbered prints
Unframed linocut print
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