Printmaking

Ceramic sculpture

ABOUT LINOCUT PRINTS

Linocut is a relief printmaking technique popularized by Picasso. It begins with carving an image in a linoleum matrix, which is then inked and pressed against paper to reveal

a mirrored image. 

Every part of linocut printmaking is done manually and the matrix needs to be inked again for every new impression. This results in slight variations in the texture and makes every print unique and an original work of art, just like a painting.

I create LIMITED EDITION LINOCUT PRINTS, which means that only a certain number

of prints will ever be made using the same lino block. Some of the designs are marked

as 'V/E' or 'varied edition', which means that I made more than one color version

- however, the total number of prints is as indicated.

I will only ever make one edition of each design. 

 
 
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