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Impress

Some photos from the Advanced Etching weekend workshop at Impress Studio. http://www.impress.org.au/. We began the images with sugar lift technique. Everyone printed a two plate etching, and made image transfers on aluminium plates. Whenever I tutor I learn more about … Continue reading

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inky

I visited Toowoomba, stepping out of my car into another world: Autumn leaves, historic buildings, grand gardens and mist. So close to Brisbane and yet it has a different climate. It was a small class at The Glennie School, and … Continue reading

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Pressing question

Can you print etchings on a clay press? I was invited to run a drypoint etching workshop at a school that didn’t have an etching press, and so the journey of discovery began. It was a two day Flying Arts … Continue reading

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Scarborough

A visit to Scarborough, which I think is one of the loveliest places in Brisbane, and home to some of my favourite trees: the ‘tangly trees”. I’m not alone in loving these trees, when I stop to visit them, a … Continue reading

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Dysart tour Flying Arts

Flying arts tour to Dysart, a workshop in printmaking using less toxic techniques. We etched aluminium using bluestone copper sulphate, and tried inky ground and crayon as our blockout mediums. The chine colle corked very well with the imagery. Had … Continue reading

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