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This monotype/ woodcut print explores layering colour and a process involving sanding back the surface between each printed layer, allowing chance to dictate what will happen, exploring laying colours to see what forms come through.
During the process of its printing circles appeared from nowhere and where not planned as part of the printing process - even now I have no idea where they appeared from, however I find this very interesting as these have given the print a self- referential aspect resonating with Modernism and the self-referential conceptual art of the late 1950s and early 60s.
This is an abstract exploration of accident, chance and control to investigate the way objects, material and colour, via Daoism, behave through observation and non-observation, pressure, gravity and their effect on material process of formation.
Watercolour Printing Ink on Fabriano Paper Stock.