52 Weeks of Printmaking: Week 4




Week 4: rubber block print on linen.

After futzing around, indecisive about what I was going to do for this week’s print, I started to sketch the Diana Fayt vase that I keep in my studio, and liked the image. Then I realized that the sketch was larger than any of the blocks I had on hand. I went to the art supply store, saw wooden stretchers, and decided this would make a nice print for my wall. It does look very Hugo Guinness,though, doesn’t it?

A limited number of these will be available in my shop later this week.

21 thoughts on “52 Weeks of Printmaking: Week 4”

  1. So nice!! The branches are reminiscent of Hugo Guinness, in the best way.

    Are you planning to do any monoprints during your 52 weeks of printmaking? I’ve never been able to create a monoprint I’ve loved, so I’d be excited to see what you create.

  2. Hi Erin!
    I hadn’t thought about working on a monoprint, but it’s a great idea. I’m trying to flex my printmaking muscles more as this project progresses. That’ll be quite a challenge (I’ve done them in the past, but they always end up looking very 80s “hotel art”).

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