With my latest series of prints, I have been trying to get away from the flatness and clean edges usually going with the technique of screenprinting. I order to create a more painterly, richer image, I have completely changed the way I create the artwork: leaving the computer away, I started painting on large sheets of paper, with big brushes and being very careful to be careless… I am not mixing colour, but working with one colour after the other, on top of each other. Once I’m done with one, I take a snap. This allows me to reproduce the looseness, and keep the energy on the final print.
Once in the printroom, I also play with thickness, transparency and density of the ink, with semi blocked screens and slight misregistration to get a more painterly final product. See on Artfinder
/!\ WARNING – due to the technique, the thickness and opacity of the inks (especially of the dark colours), final result may vary slightly from the image.
|Subject||Landscapes, sea and sky|
|Materials||Acrylic and pencil on paper 210g|
|Style||Urban and Pop|
|Dimensions||52 x 65 x 0.1 cm (unframed) / 43 x 43 cm (actual image size)|
|Edition size||Limited edition of 16|
|Framing||This artwork is sold unframed|