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Japanase Windflowers - Chine Colle Woodcut by Belinda "BillyLee" NYE (Printmaker)

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This method of woodcutting is where you roll up the plate and then adheve tissue paper to certain places, being careful when laying the paper on top then printing through the press. Chine Colle adds something to a print. It can be tricky but well worth the effort.

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Printmaker and Painter on the Mornington Peninsula, Victoria, Australia.

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  • grarbaleg
    grarbalegover 5 years ago

    its like looking through the most delicate silk outside into the moon light just beautiful billy
    and I love your technical explaination tell me though whats collie should I call the rspca lol please explain abundance to u

  • Chine Colle, well this is something I better research and get a proper interpretation, i know how to do it but I need to explain it right. I will get back to you on that soon.

    – Belinda "BillyLee" NYE (Printmaker)

  • Anita Inverarity
    Anita Inverarityover 5 years ago

    Beautiful work- I love this xxxx

  • WhiteDove Studio kj gordon
    WhiteDove Stud...over 5 years ago

    interesting technique of creating beauty

  • Joan Wild
    Joan Wildover 5 years ago

    Wow, this is beautiful! So when are you having an exhibition? You’ve got so many great works!

  • Arletta
    Arlettaover 5 years ago

    I’d make a big friggin’ mess of it, methinks. This is very pretty, though!

  • Susan Grissom
    Susan Grissomover 5 years ago

    beautifully done….

  • ToniaComposto
    ToniaCompostoover 5 years ago

    Stunning!!

  • Carmen  Cilliers
    Carmen Cilliersover 5 years ago

    It’s beautiful!

  • flipteez
    flipteezover 5 years ago

    So detailed l can only imagine the amount of patience needed to create such a stunning piece XXXX

  • Well I think I’ve hurt my hand carving the wood. I am hoping not because I have designed and am ready to cut my next work which is going to be sooooooooo great. But my hand kills and so I will have to have a break.
    whats with getting older and falling apart?

    – Belinda "BillyLee" NYE (Printmaker)

  • mindym306
    mindym306over 5 years ago

    Great work!!!!

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