A few weeks ago I posted how I discovered some forgotten prints I had done. I managed to post one image and then the batteries in my camera died.
Here’s the original post:
Well, I finally found my rechargeables, fired them up and took pictures of the remaining drypoints.
And Finally, I wanted to show my first attempt at Kitchen Lithograph. Kitchen Litho is a process that relies on the chemical reaction between oil or grease based medium and everyday cola to etch an image on aluminum foil. It’s non toxic, and I think it worked out pretty well.
No title for it yet. I hand colored the red circle, but plan on expirimenting with ways to use multiple pieces of foil. I am really into this process. Much of my work deals with expressionism and gesture in printmaking, and this fits right in. Also, it’s inexpensive, I can utilized reused materials, size is easy to manipulate, and I don’t need a press. I heard about this technique in the summer, but finally decided to give it a try. I’m very happy that I did. Thanks art-emilion for sharing this.
Here is the link to the youtube video:
And the link to download the free handbook:
Have a great day.
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