I grew up with a fireplace. My dad loved making fires, and he showed me how to open the flue, how to warm the chimney and get the draw going, how to bank coals, and how to add wood so that it wouldn't smother the embers. When Lynn and I bought our first house, having a fireplace was high on our list of must-haves and we used it a lot. Now we have a gas hearth, which is nice and easy and not at all messy or smelly, but I miss the rituals involved in tending a wood fire.
So the fourth print in this "Playing With Fire" series is a hearth.
Here are some in-progress photos.
|Two colors with some yellow wiped away to reveal the white of the paper.|
|Another block printed. This block had a fairly strong grain pattern.|
|Six colors shown here.|
Next I'll be darkening the background and adding some bokashi (gradation).
Wow, progress...I really enjoy the progression of steps you provide us
(Google knows me as curt, I don't know why it plays coy on your blog)
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