Tag Archives: Linocut
Several other small pieces that had been bisque-fired were glazed in this session. Clockwise from top left: A linocut dragon disc, a linocut headframe disc, one square from a vintage stamp, an extruded tube ring with holes, another vintage stamp … Continue reading
The dragon and headframe linocut forms I made earlier are now being put to the test in their intended medium – clay for firing. I rolled out some slabs and pressed out a dozen dragon impressions and about five McIntyre … Continue reading
I’ve had an idea for a 12-inch diameter circle with a map of Canada on it for a while now – and the 12 x 12″ square of linoleum for almost 3 years. Tracing the map backwards (the source comes … Continue reading
I took part in a workshop hosted by another member of the Porcupine Art Club today. The workshop introduced club members to the interesting qualities of TerraSkin, a paper made from stone, equivalent to about a 340lb watercolour paper. The … Continue reading
This is a positive of the McIntyre Headframe at night. This linocut, like the dragon, is designed primarily to be pressed in clay.
Surprise! It’s yet another headframe. 😉
The dragon template made in late December has now been carved into a new plate. I’m planning to make some prints with it first, and then press it into clay. I didn’t use any market when drawing out the design … Continue reading
Chinese dragon – 4-inch circle for a linocut. I plan to use this template both for printing and pressing into clay. The template has been reversed already.
A framed linocut and a 5 X 7″ photograph of the Hollinger Mine Entrance in 2009, which were donated to the Timmins Symphony Orchestra for a silent auction earlier this month.