LKS-P206 吹皺的山光 2015 石版畫 80x46cm小圖

吹皺的山光
Mountain Light Blown into Wrinkles

劉國松 Liu Kuo-sung

石版 Lithograph Print
1 版 Plates, 2 色 Colors, 2 印 Runs
版數 Edition of 100
2015, 80 x 46 cm

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石版畫使用全球獨有產於德國的石灰石板,其石質綿密細緻,研磨之後光滑宛如嬰兒肌膚。在其上以油性鉛筆作畫,再以硝酸腐蝕加深畫面,造成只吸油不吸水的表面,並以阿拉伯樹膠粉塗抹在石板表面未作畫的空白處,造成只吸水不吸油的表面。接下來以手工操作滾筒,將油墨以滾筒塗佈在石板上吸油而不吸水的畫面處,再將版畫紙覆蓋在塗佈油墨的石板上,經過石版印刷機的加壓,將石板上的油墨轉印在版畫紙上,石版畫就此完成。

原作「吹皺的山光」呈現墨色受松節油影響在產生許多的點和由細微的點所構成的線條,這在視覺上,和由油性鉛筆劃過均勻分佈細微點的石板所留下的墨痕非常的接近,所以用石版畫來還原「吹皺的山光」就極為合適。

首先,以砂紙打磨石板,將石板上石紋的顆粒打磨到與原作細微墨點大小相仿的程度,再以極為深厚的鉛筆素描功力,才將原作所有的細節都忠實的還原。而在印製過程中,不論油墨塗佈的均勻濃淡或是滾筒轉印油墨的壓力掌握,都需要技師豐富的經驗與細心的體會。

Lithography is created with lithographic limestone traditionally found in Germany. The stone is exceptionally fine-grained and can be finely polished. The stone’s surface is drawn on with oil-based dermatograph pencils. The drawn image is then treated with nitric acid to help the image absorb oil and repel water. On the other hand, gum arabic, a natural gum made of hardened tree sap, is applied elsewhere on the surface, which creates the opposite effect and makes the blank portions absorb water and repel oil. Thereafter, oil-based ink is applied with rollers, and is absorbed only by the portions treated with acid. On the blank portions, water is applied to dampen the surface in preparation for printing. Lastly, paper is placed on the stone and fed through the printing press, transferring the inked image onto paper.

The original painting of Mountain Light blown into Wrinkles features an ensemble of fine dots created by the interaction of ink and turpentine in water. Visually, the ink dots bear a striking resemblance to the natural grain patterns of limestone, and lithography was therefore the definite choice for recreating Mountain Light.

Firstly, the lithographic limestone is polished with fine sandpaper to manipulate the grain pattern to further emulate the size and pattern of the ink dots of the original. Working with dermatograph pencils, the printmakers spent over a month recreating the composition. The stone’s surface is then carefully treated with nitric acid to enhance the lines and contours of the drawn image. After being inked and pressed, the printed result brilliantly represents the monochromatic and elegant nature of the original painting.

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