Tuesday, 21 September 2010

West Bay



Have been having another go at white-line printmaking. This is a small port on the Dorset Coast called West Bay. There is still a fishing fleet there, and I hope to be creating more images from the area.

Am finding it all hard going at the moment, probably the usual autumn blues as I wonder why I am not living in a place with no winter. The printmaking challenge helps to keep me going. Hope all well out there!

4 comments:

Jan said...

This subject really lends itself to white-line, and perhaps the angular lines/boats/architecture and cubism of the Providence people are partly the reason why their prints looked so appealing. This is a lovely image, composition, colours very successful.

JennifersCabin said...

Thank you for the kind words gratefully received.

Ellen Shipley said...

The colors are always so striking when the lines are white instead of black. They become the focus of the image. Love it.

Clive said...

A wonderful image Jennifer, and the South West of Britain lends itself to the technique. Your work is wonderful.