Tuesday, 15 January 2013

15/01/13 Graphite Rubbings and from Woodcuts

These images resulted from some experimental woodcut mark-making made with another artist at our studio complex, David Woods. The different marks (Mountains, checkerboard, cloud/drumlins etc.) were all made in isolation but by taking rubbings in graphite I could combine the disparate elements into 'landscapes'. This way I can imagine what form a future woodblock print might take and how different forms and patterns can be substituted and interchanged.

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