Usually when you finish an artwork you think, I could have done something differently, better, more carefully, but this time I am really rather pleased with this work. The Lino print features Traunkirchen on Traunsee. In the Salzkammergut region of Upper Austria. The work is about 45cm by 65cm the most detailed piece I have completed. I like the detail rather than just lines but I guess different designs require different techniques. Still needs a little clean up here and there but basically finished.
Quick note, at the end of July, Firestation Print Studio will be open for Open House Melbourne, so come along and have a look how printing making happens.
I am planning on using this 2 plate Lino cut to exhibit at Firestation Print Studio for their up coming exhibition 3-27 of May. It still needs some cleaning up and deciding what colours I will use but I feel quite happy with the way it is going.
It will be an extra special exhibition, as Angela Cavalieri will be exhibiting her work that she is currently researching and creating about the Firestation Print Studio in Armadale, Victoria. It was actually an old Firestation which now houses the print studio, runs workshops and is home to a number of individual and shared artist studios.
It really is a great opportunity for an artist to participate in group exhibitions like this and for the public to see a wide variety of artworks. I’m always so impressed and amazed with the work that people create. It really is such a pleasure spending time doing something creative. I just need a bigger spare room for all the work!