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An original one-off monotype print on BFK RIves printmaking paper.
The framed and glazed print measures 66 x 54 cms.
A monotype print is a one-off, unique piece of artwork. It does not come in an edition, hence the name. This monotype has been made by rolling ink onto a perspex plate, setting the paper on top, and drawing with a pencil and making marks with my fingers and other found objects on the reverse. The pressure from these marks lifts the ink off the plate, and the resulting line has a unique, soft, I like to call "fuzzy,"quality that is difficult to replicate in other printmaking forms. With mono printing, you never really know how the print will turn out in the end, but that is what appeals to me the most about the whole process.
It will be packaged securely, sent insured and will require a signature on delivery.
UK and Europe buyers only.
Thanks for looking and please just send me an email if you have any questions.
PLEASE NOTE: THE SALE OF THIS OR ANY OTHER OF MY ARTWORKS DOES NOT INCLUDE THE COPYRIGHT, WHICH REMAINS THE SOLE PROPERTY OF MYSELF, THE ARTIST. PLEASE DO NOT USE THESE IMAGES WITHOUT MY PERMISSION, THANK YOU.
The little hill is meant to be Slemish, a local landmark and extinct volcano, said by folklore to be where St.Patrick used to tend his sheep. It is a popular place for hillwalkers, and many people flock there each year on St.Patrick's Day. The surrounding countryside is famous for its sheep farming (and dairy, too) and traditional dry stone walling. Slemish features heavily in traditional Irish art, but I just wanted to add my vintage/modern slant to it with a milkmaid and her friendly cow.
Shipping & delivery
This item will be posted to you by Judith Logan within 3 days of receiving payment.
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In the hopefully unlikely event of a return, postage must be covered by the buyer and the item returned to me in the same condition it was sent out in. I cannot be held responsible for loss or damage in transit, but will keep all proof of postage labels, so that if such were to occur, I can assist with making a claim.