As promised in my last post, here are the results of my print making class. The picture below is from a wood carving. I made five original limited editions of this image.
The next process with with a copper plate. The image is scratched into the copper and then the copper is put into a chemical bath. The image below received many chemical baths, each for varying lengths of time to achieve the variations in colour. Again, five original prints were created.
The final process in this class was silk screening. We had to use a minimum of five different colours. I truly enjoyed all the print making processes and will take a more advanced class later. Once again, five original prints of "Virga" were created. Virga is a weather term for when it rains but the rain doesn't hit the ground. The above two images are 11 1/4" x 15" and Virga is 15" x 20".