an etching from the Waiting Shadows suite of 12 intaglios. This one is
line etch with spray paint aquatint. I tried to play with gesture more
in this series. (There’s a couple of these left if anyone is interested)
Wallace Chan’s Now and Always necklace, featuring a 35-carat aquamarine with a reverse-intaglio carving of the Horae, the Greek goddesses of the seasons, surrounded by black opal, amethyst, and diamonds. The titanium chain is set with rock crystal, blue topaz, sapphires and diamonds.
We posted a teaser on instagram of our tour around the Glasgow School of Art etching and silkscreen shops last week but now it’s time for a much more satisfying peek into where the magic happens.
British art schools certainly take silkscreen more seriously then their US counterparts and always have proper vacuum graphics print tables (often British brand, Kippax) in studios. No messing around with hinges on tables here!
Also, love the guillotine in the washroom situation.
Redoing the guest room this weekend and thought I might dig out some of my old printmaking prints. Nostalgic and sadddddddd : < Really miss it. Might put a few of my left overs from my old editions on etsy eventually @ o @ ;;; we’ll see… All intaglio plates. Was my fav aughhhhhhhhhhhh miss it so much. -COEY! ______