In the land of Decalcomania…

But first…
Dulltown, Europe: Today’s instruction is to throw buckets of cold water at it until it looks like stopping, then when all is quiet try to tempt it back into the house with dishes of biscuits and small pieces of chocolate.
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WP F DSCN3188Good God! – I don’t know what they are… but there are six of them!…
No, no, don’t panic, it’s only another of my decalcomania monoprints dear reader – just black acrylic paint on white drawing paper, this one is probably about 16″ x 12″. I see that it is dated 2010 – doesn’t time fly!
If you’d like to know a bit more about the way I do my version of decalcomania you could have a look at an earlier post on the subject, it also tells you how you could try this form of fine art printmaking yourself – it really is quite easy! (Decalcomania)

‘So Brownlow, what the hell are these… these… things?…’
‘I don’t know Professor, but just look at them squirm!…’
‘They squirm like worms Brownlow! Worm squirms…’
‘Indeed sir, writhing too… writhing and squirming…’
‘I think a couple of them are gesturing too…’
‘Hm… yes…’
‘One would imagine Brownlow, that if one intended to handle one of these… these… for some reason… one might need to use some sort of tongs.’
‘Do you have tongs Professor?’
‘Of course not Brownlow – not with me, not on my person, you fool – I have racks of tongs at home of course’
‘Of course you do sir…
Sir…’
‘Yes?’
‘What’s that pasta… you know, that flat pasta, what’s it called?’
‘What?… Flat pasta?… Oh, yes Brownlow, fettuccine…’
‘Yes, sir…’
‘Hm… You know Brownlow, I’m starting to feel a little peckish…’
‘Hm…’
‘Hm…’

 

About Dave Whatt

Grumpy old surrealist artist, musician, postcard maker, bluesman, theatre set designer, and debonair man-about-town. My favourite tools are the plectrum and the pencil...
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