Tangibly tropical

Tangibly tropical
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Exceptional work Margaret. After seeing this on social media, I didn’t realise that it was so large - great stuff.

I know nothing of the print process but this is a very clever piece of design and has real impact. Very impressive!

Hello Roger, thank you for the kind comments. This is a lino reduction print - one piece of lino was used for the entire print, with more cutting away of lino after each colour has been added. At the end, only a tiny area of uncut lino remained! You can read about how it is done in my article in the most recent additional content for online subscribers. Also I show some of the process in the 'me at work' part of my Artfinder shop, and also on my Instagram account @margaret.mallows It's a fascinating process! Margaret

Hang on Studio Wall
09/06/2019
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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 4 years ago and within a short time my work was being selected for exhibitions and selling online. My art is now in 24 countries worldwide. 2018 - Winner of Drawing and Printmaking category in Jackson’s amateur artist competition; March 2019 – Two prints…

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