I was taught how to make screen prints and etchings at art school in 1981-2 by the Australian painter and printmaker, Normana Wight. I have been making digital prints over the years as computers have become more useful and efficient, likewise with digital printing. When making digital prints I usually begin with a photograph of a painting I have previously made and manipulate the image with computer programs to then print on demand. Print editions are unique and usually limited to under 50 prints.

I discovered the ‘Voronoi Diagram’ around 1993 when experimenting with an early version of one of my computer programs. After many years of experimentation, as the program developed, the function became useful, and since 1996 I have been able to produce interesting results, [see ‘Diamond View‘ series].

I have also experimented with a Mosaic-style program developed around 2000 by a friend. The program enables you to make a larger image from many smaller images to produce a pixelated portrait or image of a pet or landscape. The program has become commercially available in various forms since those early days, [see, ‘Flower Mosaic’, series].

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