Size: 38 x 46 cm unframed image, Media: Reduction linocut
To English eyes the native flowering trees and shrubs are exotic in their colour, tough texture, leaf shape and in the complexity of their structure particularly in the seed pods. This linocut is, a reduction print made from a single piece of lino, overprinted on to hand made Japanese paper.
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Please see my website above to view my linocuts, silkscreen prints and watercolours (only available as Giclee prints). My inspiration comes from the natural world and vanishing wilderness areas, mainly landscapes, flora and fauna. I divide my time between studios…View artist profile