My prints are available from the beautiful cambridge contemporary art gallery on Trinity Street in Cambridge.
Visit the lovely team at:
cambridge contemporary art
6 Trinity street
The Print Making Process
I use Pfeil tools to cut the main part of my designs. I have tried other gouges but find that the Pfeil work for the way I cut.
When it comes to clearing away material outside of the design, I use a large flat U gouge. I found this in a pretty sorry state on a vintage tools stall at the local market. It’s actually a woodworking tool, but once I’d spruced it up and sharpened it—it had completely lost its cutting edge—I discovered that it’s great for clearing away large areas of lino very quickly... and it has that lovely patina that tools get from lots of use.
What is the "Buy me a coffee" button?
See the button down there in the footer? Please click it to go the Ko-fi site where you can donate an amount equivalent to a cup of coffee.
If you haven’t heard of it, Ko-fi helps people who make things get support from the lovely people who like those things.
I must confess though, I will almost definitely use your generous donation to buy ink and paper so I can keep making my prints! 😉