Here's a color composition for my next block print. I'm considering using some wonderfully textured mahogany. It'll be a multi-block print. I'm interested in this experiment to see how this will translate into a print because I want to use overlapping colors to create new, yet maintain the intensity and contrast of the compliments.
I scrapped the peony image for now. I ran a proof and wasn't happy with it. I haven't totally given up. It just needs a lot of work and I'd rather proceed with this image. Color kicks my butt. I love it!
Now to Sharpen my tools!
Tuesday, June 8, 2010
Monday, May 24, 2010
I'm delighted to announce I've just signed on with Brackenwood Gallery in Langley, Washington. Owners, Rene Neff and Anne Waterman, are both knowledgeable in the arts and great to work with. I can't say enough how honored I feel to be part of their group of talented artists. Check out their gallery by foot, or online:
Posted by Kris Wiltse at 12:10 PM
Monday, May 10, 2010
A friend gave me some maple cabinet scraps so I'm using a vertical piece for my next print. I've been painting my peony in bloom so thought I'd do a 2 color piece, primarily black and white with 1 color, and maybe 1 additional... or 2, or 3. Plans shmlans. This project is growing by the minute. I drew directly on the block so it's a bit of a drawing mess. I like to work it out as I go sometimes. Mistakes become an integral part of it.
Posted by Kris Wiltse at 10:00 AM
Monday, March 29, 2010
Check it out...
Posted by Kris Wiltse at 11:25 AM