A large proportion of my work is printed on using the traditional processes associated with printmaking. The difference I had was that I wished to print onto an unconventional medium and this presented me with a unique set of problems to solve. Solving them took time but the results speak for themselves. These photos show some of the equipment used and I hope give you a small insight into the actual process and technique.
These pieces are made of paper porcelain onto which a print from my collograph has been worked. A clear glaze has been placed over the print which is black in colour. This has been mounted using clear acrylic spacers onto opaque acrylic with slot hangings on the rear.
These are made of paper porcelain which has been printed and pressed using a large Albion press. The printing is very fine and colourless but adds great texture in relief, to the piece. They are mounted using small acrylic spacers onto black perspex. They are attached to the wall via a pair slot hangings on the back.