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I wanted to share with you my latest sequence of paintings, based on the four classical elements. Earth, Air, Fire and Water, of course. Though actually I was aiming for a little more than that, to wit: the elements as they relate to me. Itâ€™s actually almost a self portrait.
Well, that time of year approaches and we’ve now got a new set of hand-printed Christmas cards available at our Etsy store. It’s another lino-cut print (like our Snowflake card), but in three colours instead of just the one. (Also, see here for my first encounter with lino-cutting and printing.)Â We call it a Pixmas […]
(Or: the truth about Lino!) A little while back I blogged about a mysterious work-in-progress — well, it’s now finished, and I can now reveal:Â it was one of the plates for lino-cut print of a blue-ringed octopus, now available on Etsy. Since this was my first foray into the world of lino-cutting and printing, I […]
I’ve got a woodland painting up on Etsy at the moment, so I thought I’d talk a little bit about woods. I love woods but I also find them deeply spooky. Even in the middle of the day, a sunlit forest can still be a little unnerving. And itâ€™s not just me that thinks so; […]
We recently took delivery of some postcard sized prints of some of my digital work, so I thought I’d share them with you. As you can probably tell, the focus is on some of our favourite undersea creatures. But why do I find these creatures so fascinating? Some thoughts below.
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