Printmaking is a form of art where you can print more than one copy of your work. These copies are often mistaken for reproductions. A reproduction, though, is a picture of a work of art that already existed before it was photographed or scanned and thus reproduced. In printmaking art however, the picture does not exist as such until it is printed, often by hand by the artist, and so every copy should be regarded as an original work of art.
First I will show some of my more recent drypoint works.
(Click on pictures once or twice to see them in bigger size).
Next are a few linocuts. some kind of landscapes.