Thursday, March 07, 2013

6 or so Hours Later....

3panelscarved 

All 3 panels are carved :) I am glad this is the soft stuff, my hands would be a lot more sore if this was the harder stuff you need to warm up to carve easily. I can't stand the hard lino, easier to get in bigger sizes here and cheaper then the soft stuff, but my fingers and back thank me for not being cheap with art supplies :p

8 comments:

Norma Soulet (AZArtist) said...

Hi Jennifer,
Wow the carvings must be hard on your hands. But they look nice.
Hugs

Sandi said...

Looks great. I can remember carving lino at high school. You had to watch your fingers! :)
I carved a frog leaping across the water.

2paw said...

The soft stuff is so much better and I love your triptych. I love the way the carving carries over onto the next panel.

Sue Clinker said...

We have a printing school/studio which offers lots of courses. Didn't know there were so many print processes
Drypoint, collography, screenprint, lino cut,woodcut, carborundum, hardground are just a few. But I guess you know all those from College?

The prints were selling well at last week's exhibition - especially those on canvas?

Jennifer Rose Phillip said...

i take lots of breaks, its worse on my back more then my hands :)

Jennifer Rose Phillip said...

yeah, i've forgotten how many times I stabbed myself lol
any photos of your frog?

Jennifer Rose Phillip said...

thanks cindy :)

Jennifer Rose Phillip said...

had to look up what carborundum printing was, never heard of it before, but looks interesting :)

most of the printing stuff I learned in high school actually, one of the schools I went to had a great art department :)