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From: Viza Arlington
Date: Mon, 20 Sep 2010 16:08:02 GMT
Subject: [Baren 41982] Re: New Baren Digest (HTML) V52 #5374 San Miguel de Allende
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Hi Guadalupe,
i think what you saw is also known as viscosity printing here is a link to
wikipedia but if you google viscosity print you should be able to find lots
of images and articles about the technique.

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Subject: Mystique Series - carving on the boxwood ...
Posted by: Dave Bull

So it's to be 'Show & Tell', is it? Very well ...

Here's the block area for print #7 - you can see the yellowish boxwood inlaid, with the tracing pasted down, and partly rubbed away with a finger ...

That was taken just around 8:30 this morning ...

Here's the next shot, taken around 8:30 this evening!

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Subject: Autumn efforts
Posted by: JennifersCabin

Had a stand at an arts & crafts show at the George Albert Hotel, very quiet but as always interesting to have people's comments. Felt a bit down afterwards as sales were low even though I had slashed the prices.
So back to the studio. This is a white line print Mont St. Victoire. I find it impossible to make consecutive prints identical using the white line technique,as one is basically painting them on to the wood, with varying results. I have currently started numbering them as A/P1 + date A/P2+date etc. Does anyone have some better ideas?

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