This print, titled “The long arm of Karma,” is a little preview of a column I’m working on about Grand Rapids artist Sarah Scott. Every time I interview a printmaker, it stirs up my obsession with one day becoming one myself. I start looking for used presses online and thinking about blocks I want to carve and what I want to print on.
It’s all pretty ridiculous given the fact that I already have a lot on my plate. But we’ll see what the future holds.
So far I’m resisting the urge to bust out my bin of carving supplies and going on with my day. Today I live vicariously through Sarah and other printmakers.
What do you want to learn how to do? Anyone else out there want to be a printmaker?