I have 2 prints in Eastern Approaches at the Museum of St Albans, Hertfordshire from 2nd December until 2nd January.
The last time I screenprinted was in a workshop with vacuum beds and screens with mesh for paper based work.
So today I printed without a vacuum and using a mesh used more frequently for textile work.
It also gave me the opportunity to use a squeegee again which I hadn't for a while since most of my time is spent inking and wiping etching plates.
I am undecided as to the results of the screenprinting today, the prints are not bad but could be better.
I will think on it...
The Adam Gallery on Cork Street currently has an exhibition of 40 or so prints giving you a great chance to see the work up close and to consider the different processes and strategies used.
Espiral (From Negre i Roig), 1976
Etching with flocking and embossing on Guarro paper
Signed in pencil and numbered
56 x 76 cm