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Kneecaps

Posted on: June 22, 2016

Science? Anatomy? Strange, but true? You decide!

NH:Kneecaps

“Natural History:Kneecaps”. Aquatint etchings, trace transfer monotype, linoprint, chine collé, embroidery floss,transfer. Monoprint. Edition 1/1.  For sale! Contact me for details on purchasing through my blog or etsy site. View more from this series on my website: http://www.hladikvoss.com  Please sign up and Share. You can buy my artwork directly on my Etsy site: Printmistress888.etsy.com

Just the Facts: (of the Natural History Monoprint Series)
Image size=12″x 18″. Framed 24″x 30″. Printed on Rives BFK white archival paper. Edition 1/1. To begin, each print background consists of 2, differently colored, inked, aquatinted copper plates printed over each other. This produces the variegated stripes.
Then I employ a variety of printing techniques: linocuts, collograph, etchings, monotyping, chine colle, etc., to create the subject. I design all the fonts by hand.

Glowworms!

Posted on: June 15, 2016

Feel like something from the realm of world history today. Must be thinking about my father, Douglas Anderson Hladik who served in the ETO in WWII. ( look up ETO if you don’t know what that means). Was awarded the Bronze Star. More on this later-it’s a great story of personal initiative and the bravado of youth.

So is this true??? Shall I start awarding prizes to the first person to respond correctly? Still building a following for this blog.

NH:Glowworms

“Natural History:Glowworms”. Aquatint etching,trace transfer monotype, chine collé, Chartpak marker/toner transfer. Monoprint. Edition 1/1.  For sale! Contact me for details on purchasing through my blog or etsy site. View more from this series on my website: http://www.hladikvoss.com  Please sign up and Share. You can buy my artwork directly on my Etsy site: Printmistress888.etsy.com

Just the Facts: (of the Natural History Monoprint Series)
Image size=12″x 18″. Framed 24″x 30″. Printed on Rives BFK white archival paper. Edition 1/1. To begin, each print background consists of 2, differently colored, inked, aquatinted copper plates printed over each other. This produces the variegated stripes.
Then I employ a variety of printing techniques: linocuts, collograph, etchings, monotyping, chine colle, etc., to create the subject. I design all the fonts by hand.

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Happy Sunday! I wanted to share another monoprint with you today from the “Natural History” series. Over 100 unique images in the series, and counting. Something fun!  True or False?

NH:Criminal Teapots

“Natural History: Criminal Teapots”

Edition 1/1 Image size 12″ x 18″ Aquatint etching with lino and trace transfer monotyping..

Your Thoughts?  Comment to me and get more of the story. You can purchase this print by contacting me here. Sign up and follow me on this blog. !  More fun to come-Ask me questions about my printmaking practice. I love to share. Will be posting demos.

My Website: http://l.facebook.com/l.php…

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Why? Feeling frustrated. I know we all do. I need to clear all this bad energy from my art process. I have had so many people in my art career/lifetime who have promised me connections, galleries-the moon! I wonder why anyone would make unnecessary gratuitous promises. Still working under outrageously difficult circumstances. Worse than yours? Maybe. Share them with me in comments. I’m Still Standing!

You can buy my artwork directly on my Etsy site: Printmistress888.etsy.com.If you see something here, ( or on my website: http://www.hladikvoss.com )that isn’t on the site yet, contact me!

Today’s print is “Natural History: Janet Sobel”. Self explanatory. True or False?NH:Janet SobelFrom the “Natural History:”monotype series. Aquatint etching,  hard ground etching, trace transfer monotype. Monoprint. Edition 1/1.  For sale! Contact me for details on purchasing through my blog or etsy site.

Just the Facts: (of the Natural History Monoprint Series)
Image size=12″x 18″. Framed 24″x 30″. Printed on Rives BFK white archival paper. Edition 1/1. To begin, each print background consists of 2, differently colored, inked, aquatinted copper plates printed over each other. This produces the variegated stripes.
Then I employ a variety of printing techniques: linocuts, collograph, etchings, monotyping, chine colle, etc., to create the subject. I design all the fonts by hand.

Here’s the full thesis/premise. I was happily making more and more of these monoprints. It occurred to me that I could make both true and false statements in this series. Let the viewer decide.
And now for the eureka moment. The INTERNET! Pause. Soak that up.
Meant to be a tool that encompasses all knowledge. As did Pliny’s encyclopedia.
Doesn’t. Didn’t. Never will.
But it gives me universal range. I can make a print about anything that strikes my fancy. Which is what I’ve been doing.

My website is http//:www.hladikvoss.com

You can buy my artwork directly on my Etsy site: Printmistress888.etsy.com

Today’s print is from the biology side:
“Natural History: Polar Bears”.

Aquatint etching, chine collé, linocut, trace transfer monotype. Monoprint. Edition 1/1.  For sale! Contact me for details.

NH:Polar Bears

Just the Facts: (of the Natural History Monoprint Series)
Image size=12″x 18″. Framed 24″x 30″. Printed on Rives BFK white archival paper. Edition 1/1. To begin, each print background consists of 2, differently colored, inked, aquatinted copper plates printed over each other. This produces the variegated stripes.
Then I employ a variety of printing techniques: linocuts, collograph, etchings, monotyping, chine colle, etc., to create the subject. I design all the fonts by hand.

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More today on the origins of my monoprint series “Natural History”.
Some years ago, I came across an interesting historical factoid. I wrote it down.
Soon there after I read an article about Pliny the elder, an ancient Roman historian, who wrote the world’s first encyclopedia, “Historia Naturalis”. See where this is going?
I started to collect other bits of odd history and general facts I found intriguing. Things people probably knew nothing about.
One day it occurred to me that I was on to something. I made the first 10 of the monoprints, entered some in a national competion, was accepted to the show, and had one print purchased for their permanent museum collection. I took that as a sign from above. I’m all about omens and portents.

Tomorrow: more about Pliny and the underlying thesis of this project. There has to be a “Why?” I won’t make art without it.
Then, a link to my art website the day after. In progress. Will welcome comments. It’s been lying fallow the past few years while I have been consumed and subsumed with a plethora of illness. Digging my way out-

Today’s Monoprint: “Natural History: Dollar Bill”. Aquatint, hard ground etching, chine colle,linocut,trace transfer monotype. Dollar Bill. 1/1. Contact me-It’s for sale!

NH:One Dollar Bill

“Natural History: Dollar Bill” Judith Hladik-Voss

Just the Facts:
Image size=12″x 18″. Framed 24″x 30″. Printed on Rives BFK white archival paper. Edition 1/1. To begin, each print background consists of 2, differently colored, inked, aquatinted copper plates printed over each other. This produces the variegated stripes.
Then I employ a variety of printing techniques: linocuts, collograph, etchings, monotyping, chine colle, etc., to create the subject. I design all the fonts by hand.

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NH:CarHorns copy

Well,- I don’t know what happened here on the blog site, but finally got the monoprint jpg in!!! A humorous and Factual? text?

Cars are created from a pronto plate plastic litho-then applied as a chine colle. Etching strip at bottom, with aquatint background and trace transfer text- Hand designed font. For your amusement- And for sale , if you wish! Contact me! I sell through etsy. Follow me! Like me!

On my website: http://hladikvoss.com/

On my etsy site: https://www.etsy.com/shop/Printmistress888

On my FB Art Page: https://www.facebook.com/pages/hladikvosscom/112385732173811

Glad to be even a little better-will address that later.

Judith


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