2 colour hand-pulled screen print.
297 x 420mm / on 300gsm on grey Fabriano Elle Erre paper. Edition of 25, signed and numbered by the artist.
About the Artist
Sometimes it’s hard to know what direction to go. One time I jumped into deep dark water and suddenly forgot which way was up and which was down. Frantic underwater cartwheels couldn’t pick out the beams of light. Sometimes it’s like that.
Hand lettering was traced from collage, textures run through photocopiers and grids made with cut up math paper.
About the Artist
Karen began screen printing many years ago in order to make merchandise for her bands, leading her to work as a print studio technician, commercial printer and tutor alongside her visual arts practice.
Karen has been exhibiting since 2012 in group and solo contexts. Her most recent solo
exhibitions were Loose on the Streets in The Darkroom, September 2022, Scurrying Things, Kenilworth Ln Studios, April 2022, and Fragments, Damn Fine Print, February 2020.
Karen is a multidisciplinary artist working across fine art print, moving image, audio and installation. Karen is currently completing an artist residency Future Labs with DAS Belfast and has recently completed a residency at The Darkroom, D7. Karen is a current recipient of the Arts Council Bursary and a previous recipient of the Arts Council Agility Award.
Frames can be purchased through Damn Fine Print in black, white and natural wooden finishes. Bespoke framing is also available.
Shipping and Returns
This print is sold unframed securely packaged in a cardboard tube, sent via An Post Standard Postage. For details on shipping and returns click here. Please note colours may vary between computer screens.