On-going for the past 26 years so far, I started this evolving (or "developing", as it is) piece up sometime in 1987.
Two pieces of photograpcic paper with different exposure, glued onto each other. One is already fully developed, hence black. The other is slowly turning black.
Graphics: Here's a small series of "endless knots", or "good luck knots", cut in linoleum:
As for the origin(s)/inspiration; one is Tibetan, one is Arab-inspired, the rest just inspired.
Graphics/wood carving: New prints on hand-colored backgrounds:
One is metallic, one is watercolour - the latter background made way back in 1984. Read on for photos of the previous versions.
Graphics: Version 2 of my latest linoleum cut:
Click image for large size, or read on to see the previous version.
Three different paintings were discarded and cut-up to produce this one. Two of them first painted, dissolved in water, dried, put under pressure for a week, and mounted on a seperate sheet of paper.