This is one of the first silkscreen prints I ever made, way back in 1998... Printed on the very finest vinyl it's a great example of slightly off-kilter registration... a favourite printmaking technique of mine.
I exhibited another version of this work at my first Warpstanza exhibition titled She is not made entirely of sugar and spice and all things nice. Since then she's been kicking about half finished with a whole load of other renegade prints. She's all tucked in and wall ready now so she can keep an eye on new spaces.
Yep, she's a great Studio Keeper.
If wishes were kisses Silkscreen on vinyl: 18cm x 9cm: $50 + postage: 14cm x 17cm: Enquiries: email@example.com
Studio Keeping: A small project to keep a big space. Funds raised through this initiative will go directly to keeping the third floor of Tremain Mill as a studio space while Karen works through the estate of deceased artist Steve Kirby. This project will culminate in a very special art making experience at Bathurst Regional Art Gallery in 2016.