Artwork description:

Inspired by Autumn and ubiquitous debris of leaves, this is an exploration of colour, marks and magnificent transcendence.

Transitions is varied edition linocut series using traditional reduction techniques. The variation is in colour.

This reduction print is created from 6 layers of colour. A reduction print is a relief print formed with layers of colour that are cut and printed multiple times from the same block. Once the print is finished the block can have very little left on it. Reduction prints are in nature limited to a small edition number.

This print is sold unmounted and unframed.

DELIVERY
All orders will be processed and shipped within 5 business days and you will receive an email with delivery confirmation and expected delivery date. Let me know if you require a specific date or fast tracked service.

TAKING CARE..

Each print will be carefully packaged in an A4 reinforced envelope.

UK delivery by Royal Mail 1st class signed for.

INTERNATIONAL DELIVERY (Non UK)
International items are sent Royal Mail tracked; outside of UK and America there may be local duty / tax. Local customs duties are the responsibility of the buyer.

International delivery costs are listed as estimates and any excess shipping cost will be refunded after purchase.

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I love to hear from potential buyers, so please contact me with any questions or feedback.

Materials used:

Cranfield Ink, Lokta Paper

Tags:
#autumn colours #leaves #lino print #landscape print #linocut print #linocuts #autumn leaves #mini print #decaying #prints on paper 
Transitions - Linocut (2021)
Linocut
by C Staunton

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£48

  • Linocut on Paper
  • From a limited edition of 16
  • Size: 14.7 x 15.1cm (unframed) / 10 x 10cm (actual image size)
  • Signed and numbered on the front
  • Style: Impressionistic
  • Subject: Flowers and plants
  • Hurry only 1 left in stock
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Inspired by Autumn and ubiquitous debris of leaves, this is an exploration of colour, marks and magnificent transcendence.

Transitions is varied edition linocut series using traditional reduction techniques. The variation is in colour.

This reduction print is created from 6 layers of colour. A reduction print is a relief print formed with layers of colour that are cut and printed multiple times from the same block. Once the print is finished the block can have very little left on it. Reduction prints are in nature limited to a small edition number.

This print is sold unmounted and unframed.

DELIVERY
All orders will be processed and shipped within 5 business days and you will receive an email with delivery confirmation and expected delivery date. Let me know if you require a specific date or fast tracked service.

TAKING CARE..

Each print will be carefully packaged in an A4 reinforced envelope.

UK delivery by Royal Mail 1st class signed for.

INTERNATIONAL DELIVERY (Non UK)
International items are sent Royal Mail tracked; outside of UK and America there may be local duty / tax. Local customs duties are the responsibility of the buyer.

International delivery costs are listed as estimates and any excess shipping cost will be refunded after purchase.

GET IN TOUCH
I love to hear from potential buyers, so please contact me with any questions or feedback.

Materials used:

Cranfield Ink, Lokta Paper

Tags:
#autumn colours #leaves #lino print #landscape print #linocut print #linocuts #autumn leaves #mini print #decaying #prints on paper 
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Staunton first started experimenting with printmaking during school holidays at Croydon College in the '90s, and studied art at Kingston University in 2000. Intrigued by printmaking ever since, Staunton creates... Read more

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