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|Format: ||Paperback, 127 pages|
|Other Information: ||Full colour throughout|
|Published In: ||United Kingdom, 18 January 2011|
In this book, Mark Graver puts the case for non-toxic printmaking and then discusses the various technical factors (both materials and equipment) to consider when etching with acrylic resists, making aquatints, etching in general, using drypoint, engraving, making mezzotints and collagraphs and using photopolymers as well as combining various printmaking techniques. There is also information on various inks and health and safety measures in the printing workshop. All in all, this book contains everything you need to know to clean up your printmaking practice.
About the Author
Mark Graver is an English printmaker who is currently working in New Zealand. He has masters degree from Camberwell College of Arts and he is a frequent contributor to various printmaking journals. Winner of the Lessedra World mini print competition 2010.
A handy guide to non-toxic printmaking
'The next installment in A&C Black's excellent Printmaking Handbook range...includes a series of ways to replicate traditional printmaking methods without the use of acids, solvents and petroleum-based materials which can be dangerous to inhale or be in extended contact with.' Artists and Illustrators (March 2011)
A & C Black Publishers Ltd|
23.37 x 16 x 0.86 centimetres (0.32 kg)|
15+ years |