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Which paper best suits which printmaking process?

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Given the many other labour-intensive and time-consuming stages of printmaking – not least the production of the matrix, such as the plate, block or stone that carries the image information to be printed – choosing your printing paper can seem…

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A short explanation of aquatint

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Whether you are a complete printmaking or etching novice or someone possessing a certain level of familiarity with these processes, you could be forgiven for being confused about the term ‘aquatint’ and precisely what it means. Aquatint, in a nutshell,…

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Artist advice: Printmaker Louise Scott on marketing and selling

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During the upcoming weeks, we’ll be talking to artists on ArtWeb.com who are actively and successfully promoting and selling their work. They’ll be sharing their inside tips on marketing, giving you first-hand knowledge and advice on how to get your…

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Etching landscapes and memories: Spotlight on printmaker June Russell

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See more of June’s work at www.junerussellprintmaker.co.uk Being a print maker When did you decide to pursue print making as a career?   I’ve always been interested in printmaking, since I was young. I learned etching and lino printing at…

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