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Adventures in Photolithography Part 2 (as I apparently forgot the first part)

   This is the outcome of my weekend course at Edinburgh Printmakers. The image was photographed atop Blackford Hill, looking south. The structure and the placement of the solid shapes amongst the hills and grass were what drew my eye to this scene.

I took this image with me to my course and boy was I ever so excited to learn something new. My year of artistic experimentation continues as I try to find my next thing. Whatever that thing is. 

But the thing is, it took an entire day of this course for it to finally dawn on me that I had done this before. Four years ago. I even blogged about it. I hope I am not the only person to have done this in the course history of EPM as it is hugely embarrassing. I just have to laugh at myself and the ridiculousness of it. I find life much easier to deal with if you can laugh at yourself.  This usually means I have several good laughs a day.

I’m happy with what I’ve done here but it could be so much better. With my course fee I also get three months Associate Membership to improve my new skills. I shall endeavour to put that to good use.


I am an artist living and working in a rather gorgeous city. My art can be purchased in various shops throughout the city as well as from my online shop. Most of my work is for commission, private and corporate. I am the founder of Crash Course in Art History Limited.

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