Janne Robberstad

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Etched art

By spotogspindel | November 2, 2014

Bømlo Art group organized a workshop last weekend with the multi-talented artist Jan Terje Rafdal.


A big success, a full workshop of eager students and an engaging teacher.


My aluminum plate, with the motif etched into it: a landscape from the northern part of Bømlo, where the naked rock faces meets the sea. And  a first trial-print.


Jan Terje also taught us how to make our own printing-paste. Here he´s making a brown paste made from dried marsh, taken from the mountains in Etne, which happens to be a favorite motif of his.


Some of all the prints made during the two days. Some of them made with both 2 and 3 different plates/layers/colors.

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