THE LOVE OF PRINT: 50 YEARS OF GLASGOW PRINT STUDIO
Working across different print mediums such as screenprint, etching, relief printing on wood and lino, digital printing and laser cutting, creating a varied and vast output.
The exhibition has greatly expanded my knowledge of art printing and opened my eyes to the possibilities of printing. But more importantly, I saw how the artist subtracted from the image in some of the traditional ways of printing effects, such as graphics, colour and composition, which are useful for young artists to think about creatively.
Here is a collection of works that I admired at the exhibition：
PAPHIOPEDILUM INSIGNE HYBRID, 1992（Left）
ORCHIDACEAE CAMBRIA (LIVING FIRE), 1993（Center）
ORCHIDACEAE MASDAVALLIA DRACULA BELLA, 1993（Right）
Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum
The interesting theme of ‘Expression’ in the G Floor East is the exhibition Masks and the World, which features masks from all over the world that are used to transform roles in traditional performances and rituals. Of course, masks have also taken on new symbolic meanings for the present day.
Here is a sketch I made based on the museum：
I think you use watercolor very well, and you are really good at drawing something with details.
I love your sketch! The color looks vivid.
I also love the same artworks as you in the printmaking exhibition, and plant is one of my favorite topic, this drives me to try etching technique for one of my project this semester. And I would like to know that why you like these drawings?
Very interesting experiment! The paintings are beautiful, too. I like them very much
I really like the composition of your work depict some amazing masks , it has a primary and secondary relationship also a strong space relation.
I really like the texture of the painting!
Scanning the sketchbook will result in more vibrant colours~
I also took many photos of masks. Why did you want to paint these masks, and what inspired you about them?