It's always delightful to feature other artists' work on this blog, and I particularly like this 12 x 12 lino print on lutradur by Sally Ann Westcott, from Tasmania, called 'Red and Brown Algae'.
Sally says of the piece;
I carved the algae image into a 12 x 12 (piece of)lino. I then painted the lino with transfer dyes and printed the image onto lithograph paper. Once the print was dry, I transferred the image onto light weight white lutradur, using a hot iron. I then sandwiched the lutradur, green cotton fabric, cotton batting and a backing. I machine quilted it using pebble shapes and 'di-atoms". After it was satin stitched around the edges I used a soldering iron to burn away some of the lutradur to expose the green cotton underneath.
Being me, I was wondering why the lithograph paper (as opposed to any other kind), but forgot to ask before I wrote this post, so consider that as your first question, Sally! You can see more of Sally's work here, on her blog. Thanks, Sally, for sharing your work with us.