Tastefully tropical

Tastefully tropical

Like all 3 of these … a lot!

I love lino cuts, and of your three posts I like this colourway the best. This must be such painstaking work and I imagine must involve a lot of detailed preparation beforehand - I'd be too afraid of making a mistake in the latter stages to even contemplate starting such an intricate design!

@Jenny, Thank you for your comments. Yes the preparation takes a long time but is worth it. And I'll admit towards the end of making them, the adrenaline was high - as I'm sure you'll know, a reduction print can be messed up at any stage, right up to the last colour!

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Lino reduction print, plate 45 x 60 cm, paper 57 x 72 cm. 17 colours. My biggest reduction print so far and nearly 4 weeks in the making; an edition of 5 each across 3 different colour ways.

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Margaret Mallows

I started teaching myself print making 5 years ago and within a short time my work was being selected for exhibitions and selling online. My art is now in 25 countries worldwide. 2018 - Winner of Drawing and Printmaking category in Jackson’s amateur artist competition; March 2019 – Two prints…

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