Mokulito – a non-stop-printing-circus

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Mokulito is based on the principles of lithography, but the stone is replaced by a plywood plate. It was discovered by Japanese professor Seishi Ozaku in the 1970s, and further developed by polish professor in lithography Josef Budka and his daughter Ewa Budka, who also is a printmaker.  She has been teaching the technique to classes at Art Print Studio, and now Ariadna …

Pulling a print

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Making one of a kind prints is an intense process. Sometimes the picture is created on the surface, by working in the ink. Other times I am using drypoint, collagraph and chine collé, or a combination, like here. The plates can be turned around, and printed on top of each other, each choice giving several new possibilities. Or as here, I …

Breaking down – building up

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In my last post I showed one of my latest works, drypoint printed in 4 monoprints with chine collé. It was time to move on, new areas to explore. I cut the plate in four. Could I make each part work as a separate image? Worth a try I thought. I started out with two of my new plates, combined with …

BLOGGVIKAR

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Det er så mye jeg har lyst til å gjøre, og helst på samme tid. For å komme meg ut av multitaskingklemmen har jeg invitert en nær venn av meg, og ikke minst en internasjonal celebritet, til å avlaste meg med bloggingen for en periode. Hennes erfaring med networking og profilering står i en klasse for seg. Kvinnen jeg skal …