Womanly Bodies in Print
The feel of the smooth cold lithograph stone. The rough metal surface ater being scratched. The textured surface of the cardboard plates. Smell of acid biting. I just drew and drew. It's a different sense, a different feel. I hold my breath each time the paper is peeled off the printer.
Around March 1999 I was first approached by
Chris White an artist and instructor at The School of Fine Art
at NTU (Northern Territory University) Darwin, Australia to participate
in a collaborative print workshop at Northern Editions which
is also affiliated with the school.
These works are the results of 7 working days with 3 most patient and efficient printmakers; Basil Hall, Suzanne Knight and Leon Stainer. Later the lithographs were editioned at Northern Editions by Dallas Gold. The collographs, etchings, and dry points are printed by Smith Chomdee, recommended by Archan Sriwan Janehuttakarnkit here in Bangkok.
The anticipation is over.