After a break of two years I’ve created another screen print – and o! how I loved it.

Falmouth University’s print room has some amazing equipment and I am delighted with how these prints have come out.

It’s an edition of 15, and as I write there are 10 left for sale.

The rooks were hand drawn and inked, scanned into photoshop where the coloured layers were added, and then the three colour layers (black, pink and blue) were separated out, printed onto acetate and exposed onto screens with a photosensitive coating. Where the screens were exposed the coating can be washed out, and ink pushed through the tiny holes in the screen with a squeegee.

The prints are roughly A4 in size, and mounted onto 12″ x 16″ professionally-cut white mount board. They are £45 each including postage and packing to the UK.

You can click on this link to buy them. £10 from every sale goes towards my housing co-op’s fund to increase the family space we have available.