Rarely do you see finished prints here, and today we are back to prints-in-progress. This print has a land mass on the horizon on the right and it really shouldn't remain bright blue. And in fact, it didn't
It is now a greyish color:
The plan was for that to be it. Now, maybe not. The painter in me would add a touch of variety back there. The printmaker sharing that head space will probably heed that instinct.
If so, it will happen soon - next week barring a big snow storm.
Either way, printmaking marches on and there is a white-line in progress here at home and a marsh scene in the middle of layer 2 at D.M. Penny Press.
Speaking of the printmaking studio, I will be hosting a very informal Open House there on Saturday, March 19th from 10 am- 5 pm. Just me using the press on a day when the parking situation is friendly to visitors - free and ample and close to the building.
I will keep reminding you of this as we go along. The best directions for getting to the building and then finding your way to the right room are on the D.M. Penny Press website.
If that day doesn't work for you, we can always make an appointment to meet there - just contact me!