This morning I was down at the basement looking for stuff to use for my lino printing and by chance I found an old exhibition catalog: it was for an exhibition at the AGO called inprint’76 which was a group … Continue reading
I think the beauty of screen printing is once the screen was made one can have fun to printing on different type of paper .For this one a image of waterlily I printed on hand made paper I made, on … Continue reading
It been little over a month since I returned to school and taking classes for print making, I was surprised how much has changed since my art school days. My class mates came from all ages and background but few … Continue reading
When I was in Art College one of my majors was printmaking, I made screen prints, etching and spent countess hours in the print studio at school. At my gradating year I even won an award as the” print maker … Continue reading
When I was in art school, I majored in print making. I had stacks of hand pull prints from that period; some are etchings but mostly are silk screen prints. I never sold any of them and no one has seen them since I graduated from art school. I just treat them as part of my ever expanding works. I had no intention of discarding them so they came with me for all my moves. Finally, last year, I started to remake them to my current art. At first, I used them for paper sculptures and cards
Yesterday, I found this one which I had already cut into narrow strip among some of my old works. The piece is 5”x17” with a dark brown and blues.
Right away I see the blue area in the print looks like a koi swimming in the pond. I turned it into a paper cut which took almost a whole day to finish. The first one is the original print before and the one below is the finished piece.