I'm back at it...
The floor feels like a gravel path now, what with walking about barefooted in this tropical June weather. It would be silly to clear up as it will just happen again.
So far I have cut out about 500 raindrops, some waves, another little Bristol thing and some circles.
I am contemplating a snowstorm, a lemur, three crows standing on the ground and a puffin on a cliff top. Oh, and I do keep looking at some fabric that seems too plain and could be jazzed up a bit using the medium of lino printing, but maybe I have printed on enough of our house already? How can you tell when you have reached that point?
Little Hay on Wye lino print is right here...
I've started framing a few pictures up to show at our local Arts Trail in South Bristol, which is coming up soon :)
The Southbank Arts Trail has been going for over a decade now, so quite a fixture and also a brilliant sociable affair - as always I have several new prints forming in my mind which I would love to have ready in time, but we will see....
The photo shows my print "Black Cat devouring a City".
I've let some of my dog lino prints loose in my Etsy Shop again!! They are well house trained, despite appearances I promise :)
...and if you are a dog owner I am sure you recognise the odd bit of dog behaviour here!
I've been fiddling.
Popping lino prints in frames, popularising the use of purple walls as a backdrop to photos, snapping snaps of said prints in frames and purple walls, you know the kind of thing....
The type of thing that can only be done on a sunny Spring morning.
It's a great pottering way to recover from a really busy start to the year :)
I spent a great few days in Wakefield at The Hepworth Gallery in March - I love this Gallery!! I even love its lockers, everything is just a yes! They also had a fab Print Fair, which is obviously exactly my kind of thing and a great chance to chatter away to hundreds of printy folk for days on end.
Work in progress...
A little skyline of Bristol has been emerging this week...
Hopefully a local would recognise a couple of the buildings, but that handy bridge is all you need to make it 'Bristol'!!
Tomorrow will be editioning day - I've stocked up with paper ready - nothing will stop me....