This past summer I enjoyed printing whilst on the move, with no more than a heavy stone as a “printing press” Images are based on mountains I saw and a photo of Monte Louro, Spain taken by Derek Millward.
Grey bee lino cut reduction print#art, afgerond, lino print, nature art
Honey bee – completed art print lino reduction cut, in three colours#art, afgerond, lino print, nature art
Honing bij – lino print afgerond
Hilly hike – in progresslino print
Heuvel wandeling – lino reductie in opbouw
Leafy road – lino reduction cut in procesin progres, lino print, under construction
rustige weg – lino reductie print in de maak
Thors cave – lino print in progressin progres, lino print, under construction
Thors grot – lino in opbouw
Stage 1 of printing Honey beein progres, lino print, under construction
1e laag van de honig bij
linocut reduction artwork print for my childrenafgerond, lino print
creative experimentation with graphic techniques is something I learn from every time I start on a new project. Some projects have a larger potential for development or a larger scope for exploration, and others are more limited and straight forward. The projects that I work on for my family are more of the latter. I have worked recently on prints for my family and underneath are some of the newest ones made at the end of 2018.
“an art which is to be made by the people for the people, as a happiness to the maker and the user” William Morris, Hopes & Fears for Art; the art of the people, 1882.