It is beautiful! I am amazed you can print 7 colors in 7 days. Don't you have to wait for the ink to dry? If you used a press could you do the same?
Wow, wow, wow. What a BEAUTIFUL print!!! I can't believe you hand-press all these?Jen
Hi Wendy... I add a little dryer to the inks, PLUS I live in a really dry climate. It's a small enough image (only 6x9) and I try to keep the ink layers as thin as I can. (Doesn't always work.) As long as the layer underneath is dry enough to stack prints without them sticking together... it goes okay.Yes, Jen... hand-rubbed all the way. Crazy woman. I think my already small editions (15 usually) will start getting smaller! :-)
oooooh! Gorgeous! I love it!Lindy
Another terrific linocut Sherrie! When I look at it, I can hear that lovely silence that is found only in a snow-covered woods. It is such a peaceful and soothing piece. A great way to start the year.
lovely :D very cold looking hopefully you get to sleep all the way through the night soon, but at the same time we get to see more gorgeous work when you can't.
Wonderful One Sherrie!
I'm getting cold just looking at that print!Gak! If I tried to do anything that required any sort of brain activity at 3.30 am, it wouldn't produce a gorgeous result like that.
Looks beautiful. Always love these colors for winter scenes.
What a great start to the year Sherrie. Great design and colour harmony. Now I really should motivate myself and start something.
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