And so a year on from first being introduced to the process of lino printing (when I was also rediscovering ceramics) I’m now in the thick of combining the two: linocutting & clay. And I’m hooked. There’s no stopping me…… The finish is so neat & and fresh. Because it’s used with clay, differences in pressure means that each piece is slightly different, giving it that quirky handmade finish.
My next blog will give more details as to how the process works. Anyone who fancies a go, come along to my next workshop in Resort Studios, Margate.
Can there ever be too many seahorses? This is one of a range of new linocut prints for my card range. It’s quite nice pootling about on a small scale creating whatever idea comes into my head. Hopefully between dog walking and watering the thirsty garden I’ll manage to get some more ideas down on lino this week.
Thanks to a lovely sale on Etsy one of my zebra prints has crossed the equator and has taken up residence in South Africa!
I am now basking in my international fame!!
Nice to think one of my Zebras is in it’s homeland. Although I have to confess I am slightly envious of its new location.