"Foundation for a Shrine" - linocut print with clay pigment (DCP)
Title: Foundation for a Shrine
Size: 4 x 4" print mounted on 9 x 12"
Medium: Decayed granite from Colville, Ink, Thai kozo paper, Fabriano paper
Printed at Driving Creek Pottery, Coromandel, NZ, 2020
All prints are hand signed.
All prints are UNFRAMED.
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Inventory: There is only ONE of each print available (despite being able to select multiple). If you are interested in ordering more than one of a particular print, please send me an email.
Relief printing is a family of printing where a block has ink applied to its surface. Hand tools are used to cut the image, then ink is rolled onto the surface. Paper is placed over the inked block and passed through a press to transfer the ink from block to paper to create the image.
After drying, the print was run through the press a second time, to adhere the translucent Thai kozo to Italian Fabriano paper, using the chine collé method. The print was then embossed with the Driving Creek Pottery logo designed by Barry Brickell, signed, titled and numbered, most with the designation ‘1/1’ showing that no two prints are identical, though many of the same elements may be present. Instead of printing editions, I make distinct prints from my plates, with different inking processes or chine collé applied.