Euphorbia. Edition of 100 | Clare Melinsky's lino-cuts in colour and black and white follow the style of traditional woodcuts

Euphorbia. Edition of 100 | Clare Melinsky's lino-cuts in colour and black and white follow the style of traditional woodcuts

Bird with Alliums (linocut, edition of 20) | Mary Hick | An image is drawn onto a piece of linoleum. Then the areas that are to appear blank in the final print are cut away with sharp chisels. Ink is rolled onto the uncut areas and the lino is pressed onto paper | The uncut surface gradually decreases as more areas are cut away, so there is a limit to how many layers can be combined. An alternative method is to use several lino plates, each one inked with a different colour

Prices indicated below are for individual unframed prints, excluding postage. Copyright for all work remains with the artist.

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