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Canada’s leading contemporary outdoor and online art fair

July 12 – 14, 2024.

Erin Le Page

Nathan Phillips Square
Booth 55

I see everything in a lot of detail. When I transfer my drawings to a lino print, I can simplify a lot of confusing details, which hopefully means that people can see and understand my work clearly.

I want to capture quiet, intimate moments. Moments we tend to speed through, swipe past, or simply endure.

I feel my work resonates with viewers because we are missing these connections to the tender moments in our lives. Slow down on the way up the stairs, your darling might want to grab your bum.

My process begins with work on a drawing. It often takes me a long time until I am happy with a sketch. It tends to evolve as I go.
Next, I transfer my drawing onto a sheet of linoleum. Then with a variety of sharp gouges I carve into the linoleum block to essentially create a stamp. Then I ink up the linoleum and print it onto paper.
Ta da!

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