Creating a Series

Creating a Print Series/Edition: “What about those series/editions I see?” many people ask me. “How are they different from a reproduction?” To answer that question, let me take you through the process of creating an etching print series. Etchings are the classic...

The Website Learning Curve

As an artist, I am used to using a wide variety of media to create images. I’ve been finding out that using  the tools required for a website is a whole new set of...
Print or Reproduction?

Print or Reproduction?

So often I hear people talk about having bought a “print” at a décor store, or sometimes even at a framing store/gallery. They are all excited about the picture they have just bought. What they don’t realize is that they haven’t actually bought a print. What they have...
Water Colour Monotype Prints – One Of a Kind Art

Water Colour Monotype Prints – One Of a Kind Art

The watercolour monotype process is complex and lengthy. It involves applying water colour paint and/or water colour crayon in layers to a sanded Plexiglass printing plate. Each layer of colour must be dry before subsequent layers are added. On average, at least 8...