That I haven’t made much progress this fortnight.
The holiday disrupted the flow but I was able to print four prints designed from a piece of Dresden white work. I had completed the plate before going away, see here, so that was uncomplicated to ink up and go!
There has been plenty of gardening done and my ‘work in progress’ table is full, I have managed to fold a couple of editions of books, but both need further work on them before I can consider the covers. My “Stories from the Cloth’ series of books will probably all have similar covers, so the final stage will be a few months off.
We visited Printfest in Ulverston in the Lake District at the weekend, such lovely work – and having been selected in the past I fully understand how much work goes into the organisation and also the hours spent by each individual artist. So thank you all for providing such a grand display of the printmakers art. I did however purchase some inks from a different supplier from my usual ones so I am looking forwards to a few sessions of experiments.
My “Stories from the Cloth” is just being parked – the ideas jotted down but somehow, without an immediate deadline, experiments look like a bit of fun.