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Screen Printing class, piece 2. Edition of 5.

Halo meets Exo-Squad. Jump trooper Collen O' Reilly stands in front of the destruction of the Halo

Screen printing is hard. This was the first assignment to utilize photo emulsion too.
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Did a Lino print workshop with Larissa Mc Farlane last Saturday. This was the resulting print. I did some on white paper also, but liked it on red.
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some of my final works for grad show!
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engraved wood block printed on 25x35 cm cardboard painted over with white ink
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etching and stuff :)
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"Over the Mountains of the Moon,
Down the Valley of Shadow,
Ride, boldly ride,"
The shade replied-
"If you seek for El Dorado!"


Another piece for the Edgar Allan Poe etching project.
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Just the two of us......

.....those beautiful insects......


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My first etching, ghah, memories... :)
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The owls are having a little get to geather. Poor little mole is just in the wrong place at the wrong time.
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“Oni”
Reduction lithograph. three color run.


The oni is the demon of Japanese folklore. It takes on many other names, sometimes referred to as a devil. Unlike most western cultures, the oni is not necessarily seen as an evil being. It is said to be of a dual nature, meaning it’s powers can be good or evil, depending on if it likes the subject it attaches itself too. Oni are credited with bringing good health, safety, peace and avoiding disaster. A typical oni mask has horns, bulging eyes, a sinister looking smile and sharp teeth. Sometimes, it is shown in a form that looks more like a skull. This represents a very black and white image of transition. A representation that good is leaning toward evil, or that evil is trying to become good. Often, oni masks will have hair. If one could break away from the traditional impression that the demon is an instrument of evil, it would make the oni a more widely accepted good luck symbol.



To see some detail shots of the texture of this print and the unique process of reduction lithography, check out my blog on Tumblr
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Estimated time to accomplish this print would be around 20 hours.


I will eventually be taking stock and selling these at my Storeenvy
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