Trying to keep up to date….

Well, it’s been a while since I last posted anything on here. I’ve been so busy printing and getting ready for the next worthing art trail coming up in June (details here, http://www.worthingartistsopenhouses.com/ I’m at venue 34) that I’ve just neglected my website. 

The best place to see any up to date prints is over on my Instagram page, @longhurstlino. There you will see progress steps, videos, and final prints. 

I am also working on an Etsy page, so watch this space….

In the mean time, here are some pictures of  recent prints, in various states of progress, enjoy!

http://www.worthingartistsopenhouses.com

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Man Up!

Not for the easily offended, the M stands for Man, T is The, U is Up…I’ll let you guess what the F is…

Inspired by many bike rides over the Sussex Downs, where the standard response from/to friends when attempting a jump or downhill section is ‘MTFU!!’

Printed using the reduction method.

An edition of 3 (1 available)


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Worthing Dome (B&W)

One of the icons of Worthing, and my favourite local cinema!

I produced this print whilst taking part in the Worthing Artist Open house in 2016.  It was fantastic being able to sit there whilst people watched me carve and asked questions.  It was such a good experience.  I cannot wait to do it again!

This was printed using the reduction method.

Edition of 16 (14 available)

Deathstarburst

Don’t go to the sweet side…or…maybe…do!!

Inspired by the sweets (this wouldn’t have worked if the were still called Opal Fruits…) here is a sweet take on the planet destroying Deathstar (if you don’t know which film this is from, then this isn’t for you!)

Printed using the multiblock method.

An edition of 3, sold as a set of 4.

Sunshine Series (Beach Huts)

Lazing around on the beach, watching the world go by…

This print was made using a combination of multiblock and reduction.

Two plates were used, one for the sun rays, the second for the Beach Huts.  Each was reduced to pick out the details.

The picture below shows the stages taken to make the print.

Sunshine Series Beach Huts Stages

 

Sunshine Series (Ice Cream)

Who doesn’t like an ice cream on a nice sunny day!?!

This print was made using a combination of multiblock and reduction.

Two plates were used, one for the sun rays, the second for the ice cream.  Each was reduced to pick out the details.

The picture below shows the stages taken to print the ice cream and cone.

Sunshine Series Ice Cream Stages

This is and edition of 10.