One thousand drawings builds to an exhibition

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Thanks to Tim who sent us this email.

Looking for a way to increase the scale and impact of his one thousand three hundred Moleskine drawings, Tim Baynes turned to mono printing. As the name suggests, a press, ink plates and printing plates are used in a process that is one off. This technique creates unique pieces which he describes as ‘painting without a brush.’

Twenty one exciting pieces are part of a London exhibition entitled Journeys which opened 21 October and runs until 14 November at the Circus Gallery.

Circus Gallery, 58 Marylebone High Street, London W1U 5HT

Information and more detail visit www.timbaynesart.co.uk

Print it in Moleskine MSK format
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