Sunday, 27 November 2016

Cropping black and white

Here I have more 6 cm square croppings of rejected intaglio prints to produce something hopefully useful, this time in brown/black and white.



They are very different these from the ones I posted on Thursday obviously because of their lack of colour but particularly since they don't suggest landscapes to me - unusual for me when I attempt this exercise.

Perhaps surprisingly, I also found it more difficult to find satisfying croppings in these abstract prints than in those I cropped for the last post.

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  1. More wonderful small pieces. I love the quality of the intaglio printing. Hmm, I've got some prints I made in a class several years ago, maybe I should cut 'em up! Have a lovely week.

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    1. Do cut and post them. I'd be fascinated to see them!

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  2. I like these completely...circles, layout and stark black/brown and white.

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    1. Thank you, Mary Anne. Fun and profitable to do. I'll let you into a small secret ... those circles you commented on were reinforcing washers for use with file paper!

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