|Storm at Sea 2/5 combination print 14x14cm ©2015Lisa Le Quelenec|
These three prints are part of an experiment to combine two techniques. Using a perspex plate I used the drypoint needle to scratch the sea and the pebbles on the beach. In the sky area I used an acrylic fibers medium to create the stormy clouds. I didn't notice at first as each time I was also trying out a different style of inking up the plate but each time that I inked up for another print a little of the acrylic medium was detaching from the plate and the sky area was slowly disintegrating. In a way each of these is a monoprint as the plate was different for each impression. I really like the idea of the plate changing during the process like the clouds changing during the storm and the storm gradually dissipating - serendipitous printmaking.
|Storm at Sea 3/5 combination print 14x14cm ©2015Lisa Le Quelenec|
|Storm at Sea 4/5 combination print 14x14cm ©2015Lisa Le Quelenec|