After finishing off my Roosters for the new year, I ignored my printing responsibilities for several weeks to hang out with Jeremy. Finally last week, I got on the ball and printed off a small lino block I had initially carved last summer. The finished product, a reduction in four states, took 2 evenings and a morning to complete, so I felt quite productive. And I think the print came out rather well, to boot. The title isn’t the most exciting, but it’s better than my working title, “Cat in a Crate.”

Juxtapositions 1

Title: Juxtaposition I
Medium: reductive ghost linocut
Size: 4X6 image size, 5×7 paper size
Materials: Daniel Smith oil-based relief inks on cream Rives BFK
Edition Size: 15 (+7 sacrificial proofs)

This edition was made for an exchange through Print Zero Studios, though it needed a few extra days to dry, and was consequently sent a bit late. It all worked out, though, and I am on to the next sets of prints for two more exchanges. More to come on those in the next week or two.







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