One gelatin plate, 2 paint colours, some paper and a brayer … that’s all you need to create a mountain range monotype print.
For a second year now I have participated in the Queenscliff Gallery & Workshops annual Print Exchange. The exchange coincides with the Queenscliff Literary Festival and is open to artists [...]
How do you print a white silhouette with a coloured background when printing with gelatin plates? Here I share my process with you …
Never ever ever in my wildest dreams did I imagine that I would call home a place as beautiful as where I am now. And with that find myself a new studio space; a bigger space, and a space perfect [...]
Slow. Slow. Quick. Quick. Slow. 2018 is done. 2019 brings new hopes and printmaking adventures. I took some considered time-out yesterday to reflect on the year that was 2018. It was a great [...]
What happens in the rainforest once the sun has set? The night shift kicks in to gear at Mary Cairncross Scenic Reserve with bioluminescent fungi, inquisitive marsupials, owls, moths and [...]
Cyanotype (aka sun prints) is fun! Spontaneous. Unpredictable. Experimental. Well, at least the way I do cyanoytpe it is!
Monoprinting with gelatin plates is a helluva-lotta fun! The softness of the gelatin plates allows you to capture and print great detail in your artwork. When to comes to printing with gelatin [...]