spring




Working on a new series of linocuts inspired by Dublin Bay.
Linocut,
plate size: 15x15cm
paper size: 40x40cm

Graphic Studio Gallery exhibition


























Marta Wakula-Mac looks at the human form, and using the printmaking techniques of etching, aquatints and drypoint showcases nudes, female and male, reclining, sitting and standing. Wakula-Mac's use of line within this work strips back the form to marks and gestures without losing any of the detail, creating a vibrancy and delicacy to the human form. 


"She has proved in the past her mastery of fine detail but here Marta has chosen to simplify, to recreate the body with a few telling lines and marks as well as her signature use of colour, a yellow ochre here, an earthy red there. The results in these tiny pieces are as exquisite as ever. Not prettifying the human form but rejoicing in all its manifestations." (Susan Knight, April 2014). 
































new work coming soon..

working on a series of new etchings in Graphic Studio Dublin









photos by Anna Rendecka




Magnolia






Magnolia VII
etching, aquatint, spitbite
paper size: 32x28cm
image size: 13x12cm



Magnolia VI
etching, aquatint, spitbite
paper size: 32x28cm
image size: 13x12cm



Etching and Aquatint, White Rose



White Rose, etching

White Rose I, etching

White Rose II, etching

White Rose III, etching