Take risks and get confident overprinting with separate cut blocks of lino that merge together to create surprising new images. Whilst there is an element of control over the structure of the outcomes, the beauty is not knowing exactly what may happen. Exploit the myriad of possibilities of using two or more blocks that talk to each other in different ways and be prepared to be surprised.
Dale Devereux Barker studied printmaking at the Slade School of Fine Art. His colourful work is exhibited internationally and he has undertaken large scale public art commissions for both public and private clients. Best known as a printmaker using lino, he has pushed the boundaries of this medium into sculpture, vitreous enamel, ceramic and the artists book.