This print was carved from Lino and is printed on handmade Nepalese Lokta paper.
All my prints are printed by hand and every single one of them is a unique reproduction, subtle variations will occur from print to print, please do not buy them if you are apposed to these variations.
Lokta is a native plant of the Himalayan foothills found above 3000 metres. It is a sustainable and renewable resource. Plants are cropped above ground level and can be reharvested after 3-4 years. The papers are made using the traditional Nepalese floating mould method and sun dried on the frame.
Dimensions: 40 x 50 cm
I use non toxic professional printmaking inks and wrap all my prints in plastic free packaging.
Order is just for the print and does not come with wooden magnet hanger.
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Standard delivery: included
Receive it by 14th - 16th December
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Rosanna Morris is a printmaker and illustrator based in the South West of England. She hand carves her designs from reclaimed Lino and Wood and prints them onto handmade papers using a huge bespoke etching press.