Screen printed images made from a series of stone rubbings I took of the inside of the old railway tunnel I have been exploring as a location. The prints took on a new dimension when I started working with white on black and I have been exploring the use of different papers (white and black) and using different layers of ink (white, black and tinted black) to create images that maintain a sense depth.
A screen print test I made onto a printed layer of blue/black.
Starting to prepare a lithography stone with a drawing.
The very physical process of stone litho is what attracts me the most to using it as a printing method for some of my drawings. I also want to explore the textural elements of my stone rubbings using stone litho too, as I like the idea of taking rubbings from stones and realising them using stone – an element integral to this haptic and physically engaging lithographic process.