€900,00 incl. tax
La noia I, 2019
Photopolymer gravure (toyobo etching) on chine collé
Hahnemühle + Japanese Kitakata paper, framed w/museum glass
Edition 02/05 + 2 AP’s
Shipping: pick up by appointment at Galerie Caroline O’Breen or at the artist’s atelier, both in Amsterdam.
For the production of etching plates and photopolymer gravures (also toyobo etchings) I work together with top etching printer Eric Levert. Toyobo is a special printmaking technique where a digital file is exposed on a light-sensitive layer. The image is then washed out in water. The plate is a negative and can then be printed as a (positive) etching in circulation. It gives deep dark prints with a beautiful texture. With the ancient Chine-collé technique the image is transferred onto a surface that is bonded onto a heavier support in the printing process. Ultra thin Japanese paper pasted on the heavy cotton etching paper gives the artwork its beautiful color.
More information and on view on request: Galerie Caroline O’Breen, Amsterdam
This is number 1 out of a triptych of photopolymer gravures that pays tribute to ‘boredom’ that has an evolutionary origin to motivate you to develop a more meaningful activity.