- They get to play with acid
- As a result they have an emergency shower on hand in their studio - who doesn't want that?
- Etchings always look great. They have that spotty acid-eaten texture that other artists have to work so hard to achieve. And it's pretty obvious that the etchists know it. How often have you seen a great looking etching that has four intentional loopy lines and just a whole lot of terrific-looking mess? Heaps, that's how often.
"Landscape with goose (1973)
Drypoint, roulette, electric hand engraving tool and burnisher, printed in black ink on Lavis Montgolfier St Marcel Les Annonay paper, edition 2/20"
Oh come on. The paper cannot really be called that. Really? REALLY?