These beauties of nature were done using watercolor pencils and ink, starting with a simple outline and adding layer after layer of color.
Talking a walk through the forest, watching spring flowers everywhere and listening only to the sounds of nature can be really comforting at times.
These prints were made using rubber carving blocks and special inks for block printing on fabric. I might print some of them on shirts and little notebooks for my next craft fair in spring…
Taking part in craft fairs is always fun. Here are some prints I offered at this year’s Christmas market at an old mill in Fuschl am See, a small idyllic town near Salzburg.
Although everything has already been said and written about this jewel of a city, its beauty still fascinates you, even if you’ve been to the city several times before. It´s a magical place you have to see at least once in your life.
Of all printmaking techniques lithography is probably the “queen”. Printing on these heavy slabs of stone requires not only patience and knowledge of the printing procedure but also some physical strength. But once you prepared your drawing on the stone, you can print a series and enjoy this special form of art.
I´m currently doing a printmaking workshop in a papermaking museum. These are some monotype prints, done with oil-based inks and a printing press. Tomorrow we will do lithography which I haven´t done for ages. I´m really curious about the results…