Rebecca’s etchings are printed from a single copper plate that has been bitten with ferric chloride. She uses different types of acrylic resist fluids that protect areas of the plate from the chemical reaction. There are different techniques used to create the lines, textures and tones and the plate is bitten many times to create all the indentations.

ARTFINDER: Windswept Trees by Rebecca Vincent - This etching was created on a copper plate - tiny grooves and pits were made using a variety of resists and ferric chloride. The plate is inked up in 12 colo.

Rebecca Vincent - Northumberland Artist - original limited edition prints - etchings - monotypes - Newcastle upon Tyne

ARTFINDER: Earth Lines by Rebecca Vincent - This image takes it's inspiration from ploughed fields but when I'm working on the forground area, it becomes more about colour and texture interactions and .

Nestled in the Landscape, Rebecca Vincent, etching 15 x 15cm, edition 50

Nestled in the Landscape, Rebecca Vincent, etching 15 x edition 50

Rebecca Vincent - etchings

ARTFINDER: A Time of Plenty (framed) by Rebecca Vincent - The tall format of this etchings allowed me to include all my favourite landscape elements. There's a child-like delight in including all these features even.

Rebecca Vincent - etchings

ARTFINDER: Safely Gathered In by Rebecca Vincent - This etching was created on two copper plates - tiny grooves and pits were made on each using a variety of resists and ferric chloride. Both plates are inked.

Rannoch Moor by Rebecca Vincent | Artfinder

ARTFINDER: Rannoch Moor by Rebecca Vincent - This pair of cottages on the wild Scottish Moor stand out starkly providing a strong focus to this image. The foreground is pure imagination but incorporat.


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