click the end of this sentence for a mandatory view of a mega-close scan
ink, markers, with water, varnish, various debris (cloth scraps, hair, etc.), scraping
the scan is better than looking at it in person ! even though you can’t tell that just the red part of the landscape is shiny, or the optical illusion of waves in her shirt, the insane level of detail makes the scan win out, I think.
by Sophie Leetmaa, 2014
Some of the original paintings/drawings/etchings I have recently put up for sale.
If you are seeing this, you probably follow this art tumblr- thank you so much. I made a coupon code that goes until march, “ITWAS2013” (without quotes) for 10% off any other than the small etchings.
(If you were to reblog this post, I would really appreciate it- it’s unlikely for people to come across this blog through the tags I use, and these images individually were mostly only seen by those who already know my work)
email firstname.lastname@example.org for commission inquiries
a long overdue scan- I still couldn’t find a scanner to truly fit it, so this is slightly cropped. zoom in link.
untitled etching, 2013, by Sophie Leetmaa
18” by 12”
etching, softground etching, and drypoint on the plate, and this print has been partially hand-colored with ink and watercolor, also scratching/scraping
I’ll upload the other variations soon.
to anonymous question sender: Yes, I did- but who are you?