Pebbles are Great (Sepia series), collagraph by Tessa Horrocks

'Pebbles are Great (sepia series)' by London-based English artist & printmaker Tessa Horrocks. via the artist's site

Red thread on collagraph by Helen Smith - Fragments of torn collagraph prints stitched with red thread and vintage shirt buttons http://thiscraftinglife.blogspot.com/2011/11/red-threads.html http://www.flickr.com/photos/hmsdesign/with/6344129504/

Red thread on collagraph by Helen Smith: Fragments of torn collagraph prints stitched with red thread and vintage shirt buttons offer DIY inspiration.

Kerry Buck - Goldfinches on Teasel fruit - collagraph print

Goldfinches by Kerry Buck - A collagraph measuring high and wide including a mount.The prints differ individually I can email you images of those available - just email me and let me know.

Sue Lowe 'Somerset Levels' hand printed collagraph with chine colle

Sue Lowe 'Somerset Levels' hand printed collagraph with chine colle/ Especially relevant to steel plate etching WIP re the "colle" element connecting the plates in my case)

Shropshire Hills, collagraph by Ann Burnham.

Shropshire Hills, collagraph by Ann Burnham. What is a collagraph -

A Walk in Norfolk - Kerry Buck - Collagraph and photopolymer

A Walk in Norfolk by Kerry Buck on the Norwich Print Fair website - contemporary fine art printmakers working in Norfolk and Suffolk.

Bound III  etching, collograph  Stacy Crane. Paper circle wrapped and bound with various materials. Single colour print initially but could be developed into three colour or with a monoprint ground

neutralnotes: “ (via ARTDOXA - Community for Contemporary Art - Stacy Crane) Etching, collograph ”

Encaustic Collagraph Monotype with Elise Wagner and Jane Pagliarulo

Printing large x encaustic collagraphs for a x diptych that will be part of my June 2013 show at Chase Young Gallery in Boston.

Collagraph = V COOL WAY OF GETTING TEXTURE ON PAGE. GLUED DOWN MATERIALS INKED UP AND RUN THROUGH THE PRINTING PRESS

Collargraph is a process invented by Glen Alps in and it is the only printmaking process to be developed strictly as a fine art medium.

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