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Fine Art Prints by Stephen Vaughan

Vibrant and highly textured fine art prints, made using a variety of traditional printing techniques: etching, carborundum, collograph and screen printing.

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Fine Art Etching & Carborundum Prints

The act of making is a fundamental, indeed primary, human activity. Artistic endeavour as part of that activity functions to interpret, illuminate and transform the world we live in. I work with steel and aluminium plates to create highly textured fine art intaglio prints through the medium of etching and carborundum.

This way of creating an image is a process of construction. I like to think of it as “building” the plate. In this sense there is a sculptural aspect to my work. At other times the textured carborundum and etching approximates the characteristics of brush strokes in a painting.

As an Irish printmaker and artist, living in Thomastown, Kilkenny I am influenced by a rich culture of arts, crafts music and design; all of this underpinned by the stunning natural heritage of the landscape and of course, being Ireland, a wealth of history. Looking further afield the influences of the modern world are not far away, and so these also play an important role in my work.

Stephen Vaughan

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View & Buy My Prints

Viewing a limited edition print in person is a good way to get a sense of its scale, the vibrancy of its colours and, all the nuances of textures of the print surface. My work can be found in galleries in Ireland Spend time with a gallery proprietor who will guide you in the ins and outs of buying fine art etchings and carborundum prints and how to make an informed purchase.

You can also check what’s in stock at each of the galleries from this page. 

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