**WE ARE VERY PLEASED TO ACCEPT ONLINE ORDERS AND POSTING THEM WHEN WE CAN DURING THE PANDEMIC BUT THERE MAY BE A SLIGHT DELAY IN DELIVERY**
Chrissy is a Suffolk printmaker and works using the traditional method of etching copper or zinc plate in acid to achieve an image. Once the etching plate is complete she starts to print the edition and hand inks each one in small batches. For more information on Chrissy’s etching techniques please click here.
There are etchings in the etching shop which you can buy online. Postage is free to UK mainland destinations but there will be a charge for delivery to all non UK addresses.
Our aim is to keep a few of each in stock so that we can dispatch your order within 2 to 3 days but as they take time to produce this is not always possible and at busy times some of them sell out and have to be reprinted.
All orders placed on the website will receive an order acknowledgement straight away with an expected delivery date. Most orders are dispatched within a week but please allow 14 days for etchings that need to be reprinted.
There are many etchings that are not shown here so if you are looking for something in particular and cannot find it or if you have a query, please email Chrissy at firstname.lastname@example.org.
You can also buy greetings cards online, click here to take you to the card shop.
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All the images displayed in the Etching Shop are original etchings and have been printed on an etching press using traditional techniques. They are produced by blending oil based inks onto copper or zinc plate and are not hand embellished afterwards. As each one is hand inked individually, a small variation in colour may occur.
They are printed onto an off white Hahnemulle paper
in small editions. Each etching is signed and numbered by Chrissy and supplied with a certificate of authenticity.
All works are supplied unmounted and unframed.
Click here for more information on etching techniques.
If you are interested in learning how to produce your own etching or would like to brush up on your printmaking skills, this is for you. Chrissy now teaches etching at Sudbourne Park Printmakers well equipped studio set in rural Suffolk. Their 2 day workshops are held in the spring, summer and autumn and are suitable for beginners and improvers.
For more details visit www.sudbourneprintmakers.com/workshops