• Sliced

Sliced

Frea Buckler

"A single colour screenprint, a thick slab of ink," says Frea, "printed using a very coarse mesh (which puts lots of ink on the paper) in a vibrant and luminous red. An improvised drawing, made quickly, without over–thinking. Following instinct, leaving loose ends and lines that don't match up. Precise but not precise. A shape and form that suggests something but isn't anything, sections sliced and divided, fractions of the whole."

Sliced was created for our summer 2017 exhibition, Fractions / adventures in printmaking – part of the E17 Art Trail programme.

Details

  • Screenprint, 1–colour
  • Signed, dated and numbered
  • Limited Edition of 5
  • 500mm x 500mm
£100

Sliced

Frea Buckler

"A single colour screenprint, a thick slab of ink," says Frea, "printed using a very coarse mesh (which puts lots of ink on the paper) in a vibrant and luminous red. An improvised drawing, made quickly, without over–thinking. Following instinct, leaving loose ends and lines that don't match up. Precise but not precise. A shape and form that suggests something but isn't anything, sections sliced and divided, fractions of the whole."

Sliced was created for our summer 2017 exhibition, Fractions / adventures in printmaking – part of the E17 Art Trail programme.

Details

  • Screenprint, 1–colour
  • Signed, dated and numbered
  • Limited Edition of 5
  • 500mm x 500mm
£100

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