Sarah Morgan

Joined Artfinder: July 2013

Artworks for sale: 68

(22)

United Kingdom

About Sarah Morgan

 
 
  • Biography

    I’m an artist living and working in London.

    My prints are often emotionally inspired by feelings, memories, adventures. I work mainly with collagraphs prints, I love the style and effect of them. I am really drawn to the process and the variety of effects and colours which can be produced. 

    Each collagraph plate is made up of mountboard, tape, glue and sometimes carborundum. I then scratch and cut away pieces of the mountboard /tape until I have the image I want. I mix up ink for each printing session then ink up each plate by hand. Then the ink is wiped back so it only remains in the scratched lines and the cut away board, adding colour by a technique known as a la poupee. The plate is then put onto a printing press and pulled through with dampened paper on top. This whole inking up process has to be repeated for each print thereafter which is why prints can vary a little in colour making each print unique and original which I feel is all part of their charm

    They are limited edition prints. Signed and numbered in pencil. unframed and unmounted.

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Biography

I’m an artist living and working in London.

My prints are often emotionally inspired by feelings, memories, adventures. I work mainly with collagraphs prints, I love the style and effect of them. I am really drawn to the process and the variety of effects and colours which can be produced. 

Each collagraph plate is made up of mountboard, tape, glue and sometimes carborundum. I then scratch and cut away pieces of the mountboard /tape until I have the image I want. I mix up ink for each printing session then ink up each plate by hand. Then the ink is wiped back so it only remains in the scratched lines and the cut away board, adding colour by a technique known as a la poupee. The plate is then put onto a printing press and pulled through with dampened paper on top. This whole inking up process has to be repeated for each print thereafter which is why prints can vary a little in colour making each print unique and original which I feel is all part of their charm

They are limited edition prints. Signed and numbered in pencil. unframed and unmounted.

 
 
 
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