I made this print after the Spring Growth Print
Some of the paint remained on the plate and has ghosted onto this print. It’s remarkably pretty, feminine and strong.
I’m really drawn to spirals and circles and most of my work seems to find them, whether it’s in a picture, a print, a clay bowl or spun wool. It probably means something.
I use a gel plate for printing. This is a soft, squidgy plate which I roll ink or paint onto before using found objects, my own handcut stencils, and various other objects to add shapes or textures. Prints are usually built up in layers, with the lightest first, and some of my prints can have 7 to 10 layers. Printmakers call this process monoprinting – because there is only ever one.
This print is made using a high quality inkjet printer using top quality ink onto white card. This makes them easy for me to produce and affordable for you. If you would like an art quality print, or to commission an original, please contact me.
Unless otherwise stated, my A4 prints are signed and come with a white mount and backing board. You just need a 12″ x 16″ frame to complete it.