Lithography on stone.

Draw, reverse, draw again, process, process a bit more, ink up & finally …. take a print. Once I set eyes on the beautiful, perfectly smooth, creamy limestone and saw examples of the graphic possibilities I was hooked. I used one of my 28days drawings and replicated it in reverse while swallows flew in and out, and the geese honked noisely outside. Getting my head around the process took a bit of time but with excellent tuition from Gini Wade I produced my first prints.


The small stone on the large litho press in the grain barn at The Sidney Nolan Trust


The first prints hanging up to dry

http://www.sidneynolantrust.orgĀ  (A very beautiful place to make prints)