When we moved into our home, there was a jack-in-the-pulpit in the garden behind the house. It has since died, but the first couple of years we lived here, I did sketches of it. This is a monotype I printed out today to celebrate a very beautiful spring day.
The print is white sulphite block print paper. I used Speedball water based printing inks and tracing paper hand cut stencils.
The print is a 6″x6″ block print on an 9″x12″ unbleached mulberry block print paper. The inks are all Speedball water base printer’s ink.
Three color montype on 9 X 10 rice paper. The print is a 6×6 square with Speedball water based block printer inks.
The conch shell is a little more complicated than I thought it would be…simple cat head here.
Not sure where this is going but I am feeling surrounded by birds…still having trouble getting the birds to face the way I want them to. A little dyslexic.
Open stencil with ghost print grass.