Author Archives: Gandha
16 July 2018: I delivered my print to Trowbridge on Monday. it was a long and tiring journey with so many delays but I got there in the end. My print looks lovely, I am very pleased I did it. … Continue reading
I designed this t shirt to go with my print for the private view coming up in August.
Thanks to my new wall mounted shelves I can now print without hanging the prints on a line of string! This print is for the Arts Depot exhibition – I’m printing on Japanese Kozo Natural paper white and also some … Continue reading
We went to our favourite degree show in London at the Granary in Kings Cross, Central St Martins show no. 2. BA Performance Design, Architecture, Building Narratives (MA). I really like the textiles but didn’t take any photos, we saw … Continue reading
I’ve entered 3 printmaking competitions this summer with the two collagraphs and the lino print. I will be in the studio printing in June/July and also making new work. I have booked a workshop at London Print Studio in July … Continue reading
April 2018: I spent the morning at East London Printmakers proofing my two collagraphs. I am quite happy now, learning how to print textured plates. I need to ease off the pressure of the press as the ink is leaking … Continue reading
Intaglio Printmakers is the nearest and one of the last printmaker suppliers in London. It’s a bit of a journey to London Bridge. I went today to buy safe wash etching inks in 3 colours and some aluminium and paper … Continue reading
This is my master image for my workshop this week at East London Printmakers, it is entitled The Tree Who Wanted To Fly Like an Owl over the Dark Fields and will be a drypoint with carborundum. The owl represents … Continue reading
I went again to the wonderful Talk and Draw session at the National Gallery, London. We sat, all 40 of us, in front of Uccello’s Battle of San Romano and were invited to draw it with pencils, twice, the first … Continue reading
My print is in this exhibition up in Teesside, two photos from the opening night. My first exhibited print in many, many years! Hopefully the start of more exhibitions in 2018.
I visited the British Museum today to see some prints in the print department: Durer and Cranach. Amazing detail in these engravings, gruesome too! The medieval artists were not afraid of their imagination. How do they live with such images?
Today was Talk and Draw at the National Gallery. We had a short talk about George Michel’s landscape painting. Michel is an unknown artist who worked at the Louvre in Paris during the mid 19th century. This painting would have … Continue reading
I am taking part in the above exhibition with my dry point Family Album: The New Coat which I printed at Inky Cuttlefish Print Studios in September.