Waiting your Tern

Original reduction lino cut, limited edition of 9

Print size 265 x 175mm

I love the shadows and reflections created by the wooden groynes around the British coastline. The groynes play an important role in reducing erosion and supporting the formation of beaches. I like to think that to the seabirds, such as these in Southwold, they give status to the bird that claims the most prestigious perch .

Reduction technique using oil-based ink. Handprinted on Somerset 250g paper using a small relief press.

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