This is one of the first reductive lino’s I have produced. I mentioned that it was purchased by the Wirral Society of Arts for Williamson Art Gallery collection. This is unique one of print that I have shown as the black and white version on this post – https://www.instagram.com/p/CKdyaGnhI3r/ . The image is taken from an older slide, but hopefully you can see how colours are built up as you cut and print across another colour. What I like about this also is the block shape. It isn’t square! and it frames the still-life within the roughly cut piece of lino. Notice the old phone and the keys you needed to press to call out. Technology has moved on a little as we all know, but it is still good to know how we all used to keep in touch with such user friendly devices back in the 80’s.

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3 months ago

It is so cool that you are working with this style of artwork! I also really appreciate all the detail you add in the caption. I shared this on Instagram 🙂

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It seems like you are really thoughtful in how you approach your artwork! How long does it typically take to do block printing?

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