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  (A very beautiful place to make prints)