Screenprint in white mount A3, 40x50cm . Edition of 10.
Framed in thin black frame with perspex glass: £120
Screenprinting is a manual process. It uses a woven mesh to support an ink-blocking stencil. The ink or paint can be pressed through the mesh onto paper or fabric. A squeegee is pulled across the mesh forcing ink through the mesh openinings. All of my screenprints are worked up from drawings and sketches I have made.
White Asters was made using a mono-printing technique which means that each edition is different.
Rather than using my framer to frame, as I do with all oil paintings, I am using black or gold ready-made frames. Do let me know if you would like to frame a print up for you.