Skull Attack

7 May


Back in my wilder, younger, biker days I was very fond of a local beer, Brain’s S.A., fondly nicknamed Skull Attack. Now I’m older and wiser (?!) I like to use skulls in the development of my artwork. I’ve been at Wingtip Press in Boise, Idaho, collaborating with a group of artists to develop a body of full-color monotypes and I’ve been using my drawings of skulls as my subject.


This sequence shows the development of the three-stage process, beginning with a yellow plate, which is then overlaid with a red plate….


…..and finally a blue plate, giving a wide range of colours. The method also produces a secondary ‘ghost’ image…..




This residency received funding from Wales Arts International and Arts Council Wales.


8 Responses to “Skull Attack”

  1. anna warren portfolio May 8, 2013 at 07:32 #

    Skulls offer such wonderful shapes – I have a collection of animal skulls that regularly appear in my drawings, in part or whole, often abstracted.

  2. I love the skull drawing. Great detail.

  3. Jess May 7, 2013 at 13:31 #

    Interesting process. The skull drawing is great!

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