Wednesday, 5 September 2012

Something I've been making...

It's been much longer than I'd planned since my last post, so I thought I put up a couple of images of something I've been making, as all the other projects I'm working on are still a week or so from having images to show.  So here are some cards I've made recently . Linocut prints on pages of my copy of Jane Eyre (which fell apart when I re-read it earlier this year) and musical score (bought from an Op shop).
and gelatin prints
The Vivienne Binns exhibition finished a week or so ago and I was very happy to have it reviewed by Robert Nelson in The Age/Sydney Morning Herald. You can read it here.


  1. Thanks for posting the link to the review of your Vivienne Binns exhibition - wish I could have seen it.
    Those gelatin prints look great and you've reminded me to get around to having another go at that method.

  2. Hi Helen,

    Thanks for your comment. I was really happy to get the review, and happy with the exhibition, to finally get it up! It was a long time in the planning...and was very-well received.
    Yes, I like the gelatin prints...and I think I like them best when I keep them pretty simple. Some of my attempts at printing layers have been a bit of as disaster! But the detail you can acheive using a textured stencil (such is leaves) is really quite amazing.

  3. Congratulations on the exhibition review! You must be very pleased.

    Are the cat prints part of the Taxonomy? This project really has me intrigued. It sounds like my kind of thing!

    1. The cat is certainly related to the Taxonomy of Cats - She derives from Vienna about 1903!