Starting a new linocut

I’ve had to put the experiments with solarplate etching to one side for a while. It’s only four weeks to the next exhibition, so it’s time for lots of hard work on what I know best.

Here’s the first stage of a new linocut, a cobalt blue to burnt sienna gradient, both with lots of white added, to make sure it’s light enough. Or is it too light? Or too brown? Or the wrong blue?

Linocut, stage 1

One thought on “Starting a new linocut

  1. Full of admiration for you, Michael- reduction linocuts are so tricky to get right. I can’t cope with finality of each stage – no changing your mind later on….
    Gail

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