Quiet on the Home Front

I have had a bit of a tidy up with my prints.  As most of you probably know, I work in my dining room and space is tight.  So, I went through all of my artwork and prints and put them in cellophane bags with some sturdy card stock behind them.  Some I even made matts for.  They are now in a box ready to be shipped.  I might have to organise myself at an art/print fair at some stage as I am amassing a large quantity of work.  Now that things are ‘tidied’ up, I was free to take over the dining room table again and make some more art.

Here are some botanicals I have been working on.  These are gelatine plate monotypes on canvas.  The image is 6×6 inches on an 8x8x.5 inch canvas with faux encaustic.  Unfortunately the faux encaustic does not show up in any of my photos, so if anyone can let me know how to photograph these so that it would show up, I would be grateful.  I even used my good camera instead of the iPhone.  These paintings can be hung in a group or individually, and can be framed or hung as is.

I have signed a few on the front, but the rest are signed on the back so that the buyer can hang them how they see fit.

This is another way of utilizing prints that are not entirely successful in that there were marks on the paper of an otherwise perfectly good print.  If you are interested in purchasing any of these prints, please let me know in the comments section with your email and I will get back to you.