Printmaking

What every picture has in common in this gallery is that they are original prints, whether etchings or silkscreen.

Printmaking is a hand process of taking a plate through a press, as in the case of etching, and using pressure to imprint an image onto paper. A series of the same images is known as an edition. This process has nothing to do with commercial printing methods, or reproduced prints of artists’ works. It is a laborious, fascinating process where the hand of the artist is involved continuously, from the wiping of ink, the pressing and damping of the paper, the reworking of the plate, to the final creation.

“Three Figures”
17” x 101/2
Silkscreen
“Ross Creek, Dunedin”
51/2” x 121/2
Etching
Private Collection
“Carolan’s Muse”
141/2” x 12”
Etching
“Ophelia”
16” x 10”
Silk Screen
“On a Wing and a Prayer”
14” x 11”
Etching and Aquatint
Chook-Hat
“Chook Hat”
8” x 8”
Etching
Victoria & Albert Museum Prints Collection
Horsenden-Hill
“Horsenden Hill”
Etching
6” x 8 1/2
Rose
“Name of the Rose”
8” x 6”
Etching - Hard and Soft Ground
Rose-Study-Print1
“Rose Study”
7” x 5 1/2
Etching
Winter Trees
“Winter Trees”
11” x 13”
Etching
The-Night-Forest
“The Night Forest”
9 1/2” x 111/2
Etching
Aeroplane Nest
“Aeroplane Nest”
8” x 8”
Etching
Victoria & Albert Museum Prints Collection
Ride-a-Chook
“Ride-a-Chook”
8” x 8”
Etching
Victoria & Albert Museum Prints Collection
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