Well it's been a bit of a slog to get to this point, but I think I have two sets of collagraphs ready to frame up. One has four miniprints in it - that was the altogether more straightforward one - and the other has nine and it hasn't been an easy journey. Quite apart from the hassle built into the collagraph process in the first place, there was everything else as well. Colourways, what images, which ones to leave out, the overall order - all have changed on a regular basis. Only two days ago I was persuaded that I needed something new to make the whole thing work, so I cut two new collagraphs (I only needed one, but just in case...). I knew, really, but I'd allowed myself to fall into a too-late-now, no-time-to-make-it-better, it'll-have-to-do-as-it-is mindset. I'm glad I was pushed into doing the extra plate, though - it made a real difference. And even at the last hour I was changing the colourway of one last print, but now I'm done (I think - still might change the order they're in). Here they are (unstuck, unframed) - poor light in spite of all my best efforts. I'll put better pics on the website later. If I get better pics.
I make prints and book arts, though nowhere near as often as I'd like - no good reason, just an inability to get on with things. I occasionally go on about landscape (with which I am mildly obsessed) and various of its elements, and I like to pass comment on exhibitions I visit.