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Such great details you show here, Chris!
Chris: These are abstract Elizabeth, and with a little imagination we could make up any kind of stories about them..
Fine close-up treatment...
Chris: The closer you get the more you see. rnrnSee Larry?
Nice abstract matey . . .
Chris: Thank you Rob
Très belle prise de vue !
Chris: Thank you Claudine
  • Alan
  • United Kingdom
  • 6 Dec 2018, 06:55
I have vague memories of doing something similar with lino when I was at school. More difficuly=t in wood, I should think.
Chris: Oh yes..rnrnI remember doing lino cuts, a thing that in today's world will not be acceptable in terms of health & safety
  • Chad
  • Somewhere in deep space
  • 6 Dec 2018, 07:19
Groovey Tiff.
Chris: Of yes..
  • Philine
  • Germany
  • 6 Dec 2018, 07:22
Yes, I see clouds and trees - very interesting woodcuts! Like Alan we did linocuts at school.
Chris: Bet you wouldn't be allowed to do something as dangerous in this day and agernrnOh - welcome back Philine!
Well this is something different Tiffo. Well done sir
Chris: I am obliged to you. I will continue to seek out diversions
Yes, you can see all sorts of things in these woodcuts, Chris.
Chris: It only takes a little imagination Bev..
Are they as big as they seem? I remember doing lino cuts in school too. Two different continents.
Chris: Not as big as they seem
Nice conjunction of the two, Chris.
Chris: I thought they set each other off rather well Tom
  • Anne
  • United Kingdom
  • 6 Dec 2018, 15:27
A lovely combination of colour and pattern.
Chris: Thank you kindly Anne
i recognize the ladder Chris... the other two carvings have me stumped....petersmile
Chris: The one on the left might be a landscape Peter

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