Printmaking in the Sun: An Artist's Guide to Making Professional-quality Prints Using the Solarplate Method

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Watson-Guptill Publications, 2001 - Art - 144 pages
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Solar printmaking is a revolutionary advance in printmaking technique. Thelexibility of this method allows artists to create a range of imagery andrints that resemble etchings, woodcuts, lithographs, screenprints orhotographs. This handbook combines creative artistic expression withcientific discipline to provide a practical discussion of solar printmaking.t includes instructions and tips, as well as a comprehensive troubleshootinguide. Diagrams, charts and step-by-step photographs illustrate the text,hile images created by artists such as Eric Fischl and David Salle show theiverse ways of working in this medium.

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The first printmakers were cave people who painted their hands and slapped them against cave walls. Today, printmakers like Ayres still use methods nearly as simple. Others, like printmaker and ... Read full review

Contents

Introduction
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EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
15
Drawing films and other transparent material
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Copyright

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