Friday, 12 March 2021

Keep moving

 I am looking at these prints on A6 I redo them on A5 or do they say everything needed at this size?

Do I move on to new images?

Can't just sit around waiting for the ink to dry on the latest print runs!!

It's a rerun of yesterday's weather, near enough...and the same again tomorrow.

We are interspersing doing stuff with sorting and tidying. There is a limit to how long one can carry on with the latter!!


Michèle Hastings said...

Those are beautiful!

Fresca said...

They look fabulous! I especially love the one on the left===so dramatic--at first Ithought it was wheat! Which is nice too, but it's clearly trees.

My vote is, Move On:
People can trim or mat their print to resize it, if they want.
You've got more art to make!!!

Fresca said...

P.S. Just realized you were worried they were too small, not too big---as I said on FB, they pack a punch at this size---I love their condensed power---like a kernel!!!

The bike shed said...

I think that is a good size - or actually, how about smaller and two on one. The painter John Knapp Fisher from West Wales often used to do little collections of small images and they worked superbly.

Steve Reed said...

Those images came out great!

Debby said...

I cannot offer any useful advice, but I can admire. Very nice!

gz said...

Thankyou is a relief to know that I am going in the right direction!
Bike shed yes, a good idea as most of my images are from real group by locality could be a good idea