These pieces are all hand-made prints, most of which I have done as a result of several printmaking classes at the University of Guelph. Some are silk screen prints, which uses layers of stencils with coloured ink and squeegees to create an image, and some are lithographs, which is a process of printmaking that involves drawing with greasy lithography crayons on a limestone slab, and then inked up and run through a printing press to create the image. Because they are all hand-made and not just digital scans reprinted as a reproduction, they are all genuine original pieces. Even though there may be ten of them in a series, they are all equally original and valuable. The printmaking process is extremely fun, fulfilling, and challenging. Hand-made prints are excellent gifts and most of these are for sale. Click each image to see the title, the size, and the type of print it is. If you are interested in purchasing a print, check out the Works for Sale page for a list of prices, and contact me. To learn more about each print, check out the art album on my Facebook page.
All images © Brad Sherk 2017.