Thursday, October 17, 2013

Ghostly ghost prints!

35florilegium by Roberta Warshaw
35florilegium, a photo by Roberta Warshaw on Flickr.

Lately I am enamored with the ghost print. Or in this case, multiple ghost prints on top of one another. Lots of possibilities here.

This weekend I am signed up for a woodcut class. This is the one I was supposed to take this summer but it was cancelled due to lack of interest. It is being offered again at Mass Art so I am looking forward to finally getting a little background in another form of printmaking.

At least there is no need for a press with wood cuts. Always a good thing! I'll let you know how it goes.

6 comments:

Robbie said...

Have fun @ class!!! Love this print!

Olga said...

I do like your ghosts. Coincidentally, I am off to a one day printing workshop too: printmaking without a press, which I think will be woodblock, or perhaps lino. I hope the former.

karen said...

I love your ghosts too, they're the best kind of ghosts, beautiful as opposed to scary!! Woodcutting?? interesting....
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Sophie Munns said...

How lovely Roberta! Sounds like you have so much on its good to see you re finding time to keep pushing your ideas further and come up with such lovely results!

maccandace said...

So lovely! Have fun in your class!

die amelie said...

Love those ghost prints too...they seem to have a more subtle appearance than the first prints, don't they?

Claudia x