Original Linocut - Looking North, Mid Morning

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Limited edition of 21 hand-printed 5 layer reduction linocut artworks, with 10% from each print donated to Forest & Bird.

This artwork was inspired by a trip in Fiordland National Park, where the towering rocky peaks carve and stretch their way up to the clear sky above. Glacial fed streams, waterfalls and lakes surround.

Printed on 2 types of paper - Stonehenge approx 57x38cm and Fabriano approx 50x35cm. Fabriano paper has a much more textured feel than Stonehenge. Stonehenge has a larger border. Unless you specifically want one or the other, I will post whichever one I grab!

All the inks are hand-mixed and all artworks are hand-printed, with either the back of my hand, a spoon or baren. This means that some prints may have slight colour variations and small differences depending on how much ink or pressure was applied. Some pieces may also have small ink speckles around the edge, this is just because of the hand-printed nature.

These prints will be posted in a mailing tube, if you would rather it mailed flat, please let me know and I can sort something else out. There may be an additional cost to posting it flat.

10% donated to Forest & Bird.

Feel free to get in touch if you have any questions!

Thank you for supporting me!

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  • Ships from Wanaka , New Zealand.
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