Deep indigo flood featuring a three layer, high definition linear graphic composition from the Glass Siren Studio Archive. This piece has been created using opacity reduced metalic pigment inks of varying levels, all of which have a their own reflective qualities which become apparent when seen under direct lighting conditions.
Size (SRA2) 640mm x 450mm. High quality recycled stock from the British Paperback Co-operative.
Each one is stamped and signed. Supplied unframed in a sturdy cardboard mailer tube to ensure safe transit.
The photograph above shows the individual film positives which i produced in order to create the high definition screens for this production.
Adjusting the opacity levels of the deep blue acrylic ink ready for applying the flooded backgrounds which would form the base for the metalic linear layers to be printed onto.
Finiding out the biting point of the metal compund ink mixes. This took a lot of trial and error. Once the mix ratios had been established it was possible to start printing the linear elements on top of each other until the desired level of contrast was achieved.
Although this is a very subtle composition the tonal contrast between the three metal ink mixes worked really well once dried.
As soon as any direct light hits these prints one of the three metal inks mixes seems to become more prominent in the composition depending on the direction of the light. I'm hoping to utilise this technique in some other linear abstract pieces i've been developing.
Here's a couple of the fisnied pieces that i framed up.
Each print is size 640mm x 450mm. Stamped and signed. These come with wax seal Glass Siren Studio card. Supplied unframed in strong cardboard mailer tube to ensure safe transit.
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