The Instant Printmaker: Simple Printing Methods to Try atHome… by Melvyn Petterson and Colin Gale

Filed under:Art — posted by Randolph on June 5, 2022 @ 6:00 pm

This book presents a light introduction to a large variety of printing techniques. It discusses safety measures in detail when needed and provides well-detailed step-by-step techniques with images to walk a novice through the techniques with a list of all necessary pieces of equipment. At the end of each section the book includes images from different professionals using the covered technique.

The downside of the book is that it wastes a lot of space with large photos and light documentation, many of which could be eliminated.

Overall, it did seem like there was a lot of wasted space. But I found the book interesting, the images are good and there is something here for everyone.

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image: detail of installation by Bronwyn Lace