I printed multiple book pages on one stone using a few different techniques. Various lines and forms to convey mountains were created with tusche toothbrush splashes, gum arabic stopout and some Dieter Roth-inspired double-handed drawing. Followed by double-handed etching of course!
This was the first image I printed during the residency. What I consider to be a ‘pure’ litho: just straight crayon drawing. This is one tier of the majestic Hengifoss waterfall that I hiked to with another resident on my first day in Iceland. I think it ended up looking like an illustration that might be found in a book of Nordic fairy tales…