Medusa and the Plums

I have finished the second of my Medusa etchings: ‘Medusa and the Plums’… for those of you who don’t know, this is actually for my planned 2014 calendar.

Meanwhile,  I have also taken delivery of the 2013 calendars! And, so that you can see what they properly look like with all the dates and stuff, I will be posting images of the calendar pages very soon – something I have been meaning to get round to for ages but haven’t. For now, though, I have been printing all day, and my wrist seems to need a serious rest, so I’m just going to post this image and go and find a well-deserved medicinal glass of wine…

Medusa and the Plums - etching with burnished highlights
Medusa and the Plums – etching with burnished highlights

6 Comments

  1. wonderful etching 🙂

    1. thank you, Rosie! 🙂

  2. etcorngods

    Nancy Thanks so much for sending me these letters. You might think of drawing, using the theme of the “Corn Gods”. My guess is, it will become a big thing — probably later this year. George

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