I liked my crow photos that I put in my monotypes so much that I thought It might be interesting to have a stamp of them that I could include into an underpainting etc. in other works. They were fun to carve and very easy. I thought I would show them to you and the part of an underpainting in which I tried them out. I may do a little more work on them as I see a few changes I would make. I made a smaller version turned one way and then a larger version turned the other way. I will probably make one with the profile image as well. These two images were printed by inking the stamp with acrylic paint.
Photos of my paintings and entries on my working processes, progressions and sometimes the lack thereof.
Wednesday, March 31, 2010
Saturday, March 20, 2010
Friday, March 12, 2010
Here are a couple of Mono types with Chine` Collage` that I learned how to do in the Ron Prokrasso Class I took last week.
Very interesting technique and new way (for me) to put images and paint to paper.
I learned how to lay water compatible Akua intaglio inks onto an acrylic plate and run through a press with added collage pieces within the same printing process.
Unfortunately, now I want a press. Always something new out there to lust after.
These two images were done from the same original plate. The colors are much lighter after the first run through the press so then you take that "ghost " ink and rework it with more ink into another print.
I have tried for a long time to get some good photos of crows but have only finally come up with these two images and one other that I also used in another print, on my phone camera. Go Figure! Had to photo shop them just a bit and then sent them to my friend who printed them onto mulberry paper for me. The tree image I printed myself on rice paper which crinkled up in my printer, thus the blank streaks which absolutely made the image work for me. Talk about your happy accidents; Or as Pokrasso calls them "gifts". Either way, works for me!
Wednesday, March 10, 2010
If Wishes Were Horses, Beggars Would Ride
Tuesday, March 09, 2010
Well, lest I get too comfortable or confident there is always
a critic to sit atop my artwork and offer his personal opinion.
LOL! This is an old piece in alabaster that sits in my front yard. It's getting pretty sugary now. I can't believe all the hours I spent wet sanding a perfectly smooth shine on this at one time.
This is titled "If wishes were horses..." I don't know the name of the critic.
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