1. Blue Inferno I,
2. Cool Raining
This week I have also been deep into my own archive of early works, especially those done when I was a theatrical designer in the 70s - these are a few of images from those times!
1.Shadow of a gunman,Set, Young Vic 1972
2. Scotty, Birmingham Rep 1974
3.Sebastian, Twelth Night, Old Vic 1973
4. Brave, The Only Good Injun is a Dead Injun, Young Vic 1972
My book, Collagraphs and mixed-media Printmaking is now in print again (4th edition) for those of you who have been unable to find it. I often get asked for advice on technical aspects of mixed media printmaking, so this book would help, but I'll be happy to answer technical questions, although nearly everything I have learnt myself is by trial and error... in fact I'd like to hear of any innovative techniques others of you may have discovered too!
Lastly sadly I said goodbye this week to two good artist friends who died with their paintbrush in their hand. Trevor Frankland who many of you will know for his superbly refined exquisite paintings and prints, and his distinguished tenure as the president of the Royal Watercolour Society. I well remember lively dinners in Dorothy and Trevor's mirrored dining room in Battersea, admiring his beautiful Japanese garden.
Deborah Glass, was a friend from the days when my children were little, and I was a member of the Greenwich Printmakers. I attended a memorial exhibition of Deborah's last Sunday, which was very moving, in that all the imagary was harking back to her own childhood, and history, in the deep South of the USA. Deborah's work had a wildness and vibrancy which we shall all miss.
signed Collagraph Woman