At the beginning of my career I was told that to be really professional a distinct line should be maintained between my working and my personal life, and “never the twain shall meet”. But I think, that in fairness, explanations are needed for my long silence. During the last few years my working life has […]
Please bear with me while I get up to speed after a long period of ill health in the family. I will be posting the new workshop dates for the coming 9 months or so in the next few weeks. So – come back soon to get the news!
Here is a list of the courses and workshops that will take place at Tamar Print Workshop between now and next August. You’ll see that I’m running a collagraph and carborundum weekend in March and a monoprint workshop in April. There will also be another five day colour course in June and the annual summer […]
I love that Kari makes clear for the uninitiated the difference between a reproduction print and the unique and magical qualities of an original print and then goes on to describe a variety of printmaking processes. Don’t forget to look at my workshops page for information about my next courses coming up soon in […]
Due the limitations of time and cost I sometimes feel restricted by scale in the context of the etching process so I have rediscovered the collagraph as a way of working more quickly, and on a larger scale. I’ve pared down the process to the simple use of tile cement and carborundum grit mixed with […]