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Monoprint Drawings

‘Yer Man’ – Woodcut print.

This is a recently finished woodcut of mine which I did in ‘Escuela de Arte de Granada’. I printed an edition of 10 on Super Alfa paper and the image size is 49.5 x 38cm approx. Here are some extra photos from the printing process.

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Exhibition of Linocuts coming soon . . . .

I’ve got an exhibition of linocuts coming up very soon here in Granada. I’m exhibiting with my friend David Muyllaert. We’re down to the wire with the work – the opening is on the 14th. For my part expect an orgy of virginal brides and dead priests. David promises aristocrats lording it up in the skies […]

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Monoprint Doodlings 3

Here are some recent monoprints souped up with pens, watercolour, colouring pencils, rubber stamps and indian ink.

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Monoprint Doodlings 2

Monoprint Doodlings 1

‘MB Seal’ linocut in Discos Bora Bora, Granada.

Here’s a video by Ameer Hogg of the group ‘El pequeño salvaje’ and friends in Discos Bora Bora, Granada. The concert was part of Impresiones Gigantes 2014. My linocut ‘Songs in C-Saw Sharp’ is featured in the background on the wall behind the group.  

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Kitchen Lithography Workshop 2 – August 2014

Thanks to everybody for attending my second kitchen lithography class yesterday in Cork Printmakers. Hopefully I’ll be doing this again soon maybe in Granada!

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‘Hell Yes Indeed Sir’ – linocut

This is a postcard sized linocut I made for inclusion in a joint exhibition between Cork Printmakers and Firestation Print Studio and Pressnorth Printmakers in Australia. The exhibition opens in Cork on Thursday 4 September and runs until the end of the world. It’s a handprinted linocut with some watercolour and posca markers. It’s based […]

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Abzorba – The Greek Frog II

Here we see Abzorba, our intrepid dried out frog possibly re-submerged in water. Again I used RISTON photopolymer film and lots of it. Here’s a close-up detail . . . . . . . . and another . . .

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