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Original hand pulled print, printed with archival inks on acid free paper. Signed and editioned by the artist.
Artist: Barbara Smith
Medium: Acrylic Resist Wet Ground Etching
Paper: Hahnemuhle Etching 300gsm
Edition Number: A/P (Artist's Proof)
Paper Size: 18cm x 24cm
Image Size: 10cm x 15.5cm
Print will be backed with acid free board and wrapped in cellophane to protect it during transit.
My artistic journey started when I did a four year degree course in art and education, specialising in screen printing and lino relief prints.I continued screen printing at Goldsmith's textile studio, then got interested in embroidery and successfully completed city and guilds in creative embroidery and design to advanced level at London College of Fashion.
I have only recently come back to printing when I joined Green Door Printmaking Studio, I am doing etching and collographs for the first time and like the mixture of drawing and tonal effects.I love drawing , having done alot of life drawing and landscape sketching. I have always loved photography and like the idea of using digital imagery in my prints.
I am enjoying being part of an artistic community at Green Door Printmaking Studio and enjoy seeing what others are doing in their art work.
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