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Rebecca Vincent

Joined Artfinder: Feb. 2013

Artworks for sale: 59

(53)

United Kingdom

Updates from Rebecca Vincent's studio

  • Printing an etching

    This video shows me inking up and printing my two plate etching "A Time of Plenty". The process takes about 45mins but I've edited it down to 4 mins for you to have a quick insight into how it happens.

    20 August 2016

    Signing a monotype

    Signing a monotype

    I'm signing a monotype called "A Perfect Moment". The photographer got me to laugh just at that moment!

    12 August 2016

    Peeling off the print

    Peeling off the print

    This is layer 4 of a 5 layer process to produce a monotype called Poppy Field.

    12 August 2016

    Holding back the blankets

    Holding back the blankets

    I'm carefully lifting the blankets on my press so that the paper underneath doesn't slip or blot.

    12 August 2016

    Printing a monotype

    Printing a monotype

    I'm winding the plastic plate through my press with paper on top. The blankets cushion the paper and enable a good impression to be made.

    12 August 2016

    Low tech printing!

    Low tech printing!

    Here you can see some of the inky detail for one of my monotypes. The ink on the plastic surface and textured papers will end up on the finished print.

    12 August 2016

    Printing rollers

    Printing rollers

    These small printing rollers are ideal for applying coloured ink to my plastic sheet. They do look rather lush like this!

    12 August 2016

    Starting work on a monotype

    Starting work on a monotype

    In my studio, I've laid out all the materials I need for printing a monotype (a painting printed from a plastic sheet). I'm applying ink with a dabber. The mixed inks are in muffin tins and colour samples are on the table for reference.

    12 August 2016

    Printing an etching - the finished result

    Printing an etching - the finished result

    I don't normally put my finished prints anywhere near my messy printing inks! But just to show you the finished result next to the plates and materials I used. This is Shepherd's cottage available in my Artfinder shop both framed and mounted.

    14 November 2015

    Printing an etching - tools of the trade

    Printing an etching - tools of the trade

    Copper plates, inks and materials for inking up an etching. The muffin tin is handy for keeping mixed inks in.

    14 November 2015

    Peeling back the paper for new meadow idea

    Peeling back the paper for new meadow idea

    I'm peeling back the paper on layer two of a new meadow idea. These are softer colours and a new theme for me that I'm looking forward to developing. This print only needs trees, doors and windows to be complete.

    24 January 2015

    My messy palettes

    My messy palettes

    I keep my monotype printing inks in muffin tins! I've used these ones continuously for about 5 years so they are in a fine state of arty messiness! It saves me an enormous amount of time if I don't have to mix the colours from scratch each time I start work.

    24 January 2015

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