An original print is one printed from a matrix on which the design was created by hand and issued as part of the original publishing venture or as part of a connected, subsequent publishing venture. For fine art prints the criteria used is more strict. A fine art print is original only if the artist both conceived and had a direct hand in the production of the print. An original print should be distinguished from a reproduction, which is produced photo-mechanically, and from a restrike, which is produced as part of a later, unconnected publishing venture.
No workshops have been scheduled for 2015 as of 12/15/14
The Knowledge Base page is a new section providing explanations of the various processes and materials I use in creating my prints and watercolors.
This compact Watercolor Travel Kit has a durable cover with a velcro closure. The white, hard plastic watercolor tray has 11 watercolor pans and a water tray. The kit measures 8 x 5.5" and opens to 8 x 12". It has holders for a brush and pencil, a folder for extra paper and is designed for quick set-up when out sketching.