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05 January 2006 @ 10:58 pm
What our print looks like, sort of.  

Dan Weldon Print (sort of)

Artist: Dan Welden
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The print came yesterday! We love it even more here at home!

I scanned this from the information sheet that came with the print—as you might imagine, the actual print is much more beautiful than this image might lead you to think. (And the animal in the sky is much less obvious/more subtle in the actual print.)



Right to Print Date:1998
Year Printed:1998
Location of Chop & Copyright:bottom right
Location of Print Number:bottom left
Location of Signature:bottom right
Processing & Proofing:Judith O'Rourke
Brian Yates
Dan Durance
Edition Printing:Judith O'Rourke
Brian Yates
Dan Durance
Collaboration:Harvey K Littleton
Judith O'Rourke
Brian Yates
Dan Durrance
Liz Fieri
Image Size:16.5" x 22.25"
Paper Size:21" x 27
Paper Type:Rives BFK White
Paper Edges:Tom & Deckle
Printing Sequence:

Plate #Ink
1Planographic Siligraphy in Daniel Smith Crayon Litho Black
2Digigraph Transfer: Printed on an Encad Novajet Pro 36,
GO (Graphic Outdoor) Inks on QIS Clear Film

Edition: 20
Artist's Proofs: 3
B-AT.: 1
Printer's Proofs: 4

Current Mood: ecstaticecstatic
Current Music: "Euphoria", The Holy Modal Rounders: 1 & 2
Baba Yaga the Beautifulwelfy on January 6th, 2006 05:44 am (UTC)
What a soothing picture. Makes me want to pick up painting again..

THANK YOU FOR THE BOOK! I need to take some pictures so I can play with Photoshop now! *hug hug kiss*
Geri Sullivangerisullivan on January 6th, 2006 07:56 am (UTC)
Love it! Can hardly wait to see the real thing.

It strikes me as very tropical tonight, but that's probably because I just bought and washed 19 yards of Hawaiian fabric, and am gearing up for this weekend's work party for Boskone's "Space Cowboys on Hawaiian Holiday" soiree.

The colors...the colors are ever so much more vibrant than the really quite pretty foot of snow that coated my landscape this week.
Sharon Kahndreamshark on January 6th, 2006 06:22 pm (UTC)
There's an animal in the sky?

And it's "more subtle" in the actual print? It's already too subtle for me. Which doesn't mean all that much, I suppose. I already know that I am extremely bad at extracting meaningful information from pictures.
the laughing leaping waterminnehaha on January 6th, 2006 06:34 pm (UTC)
I don't see it either, unless it's a dog, and for some reason I don't think it is.