“Anna Feeding a Doe” by Jacqueline Perry (5th trial proof). Linocut on rice paper.
The ‘plate’ is softer than linoleum and easy to cut.
“Anna Feeding a Doe” by Jacqueline Perry, first trial proof.
“Anna Feeding a Doe” by Jacqueline Perry, first trial plate
Printmaking can be tedious. There are many steps, but it is so darned satisfying to lift the paper off of the plate to see the final outcome. The print is a surprise each time. I can pull twenty prints in a row, and experience twenty surprises. This amazes me.
Prayer: Thank you, God, for dull steps that lead me to something more.
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