Artist's description:

a very stylized version of a fish, right down to the bones ;o) would look great framed in a contemporary kithcen or dining nook, quite male, and quite strong despite the quiet grey colors with a little hint of sepia.

A drypoint means that I have used a surface to freehand draw and scratch lines, that I then fill with ink, wipe off, and print, it only lasts for very few prints and I tend to print all of the prints bit different when doing this technique, lovely and free, it is really printing drawings!

The fish is printed on lovely white printmaking paper,
papersize is 11" x 14" ( 28cm x36 cm )
with the actual image measuring 8" x 12" (20 x 30 cm)
and I have printed it with a nice surround free, so it frames easily, it fits right into a standard size frame.
You can make quite a large piece out of this print with the right mat and frame, it fits a standard frame.

It comes rolled in a tube, so it travels safely, and arrives with information about me and a warm greeting!

Thank you, for visiting my shop and welcome back,

Materials used:

printmaking paper, foamboard, etching inks, etching press, artists skill and imagination

Bare Bones, drypoint (2017)


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This artwork is sold by Mariann Johansen-Ellis from Denmark

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