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Currently I work in inks, acrylics, acrylic inks, and watercolour. Sometimes I combine two or more of these media, depending on where the image leads me. Wax as a resist often comes into play too. A good days play has me smiling for days.
These are water soluble archival printing inks. My preference is to hand apply using brayers or rollers, found objects for texture, and brushes for other effects. A very freeing way to use the medium. The normal way is to draw image onto lino or wood and cut or chip away the excess. The ink is then rolled over the image, the ground or paper is placed in a large printing press and the cut image in placed over the paper. Much like a humungous credit card imprint, the inked image is then pressed onto the paper.
My method of direct application gives me freedom to texturise, and saves my fingers from the too-early gnarling from which some seasoned cutters suffer.
Watercolours and I bonded as early as I can remember. The subtle gradations of colour and the vivid explosions that occur when two or more colours meld together are aspects of the medium that will always appeal to me.