I’ve finished cutting the lino I mentioned in Symmetry. This is how it looked at the first printing.
Both daughters want to colour it in, and I admit, I do too, so there might be more to see another day. I get enormous enjoyment from doing these linocuts. Anything that forces you to go slowly and take your time, is probably a perfect way to meditate.
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What a striking image. I love the sense of flow and movement through it.
Thank you, it started as a doodle and grew.
I love your lino cut – I am just starting to catch up with everyone’s posts and this caught my eye. I have recently bought a few bits of lino to get back into doing some cuts. Lisa Hooper at http://www.hoopoeprints.co.uk does some lovely lino cuts – she is an artist working in Port William near our cottage in Scotland and I keep trying to attend one of her day workshops while we are up there.
I think lino-cutting should be available on the NHS – it is such good fun it has to be good for you! Thank you for the link – marvellous prints she has there. A workshop sounds like an excellent idea – always useful to hear from the experts about their techniques. x