A few weeks ago i was lucky to work with artist in residence, James Jessiman. James is a print-maker based in London and came to work at my college for a few weeks. On the side from my uni work i did a small book project. For my book i chose to do a dry point of a drawing i made of the Island at St Ives.
My original intention was to make a collograph but i missed a few sessions and felt i didnt have enough time. I also realised the quality of dry point gave an aesthetic similar to that of the charcoal sketch. There were a small group of us that participated and the one thing that we all did was fold the book in the same format no matter what we created on its pages.