We are delighted that Folksy reworded the header on the Printmaking section to include this statement -
Print making is a very traditional artform. Shop limited edition prints from British based artists. Wood cuts, lino cuts, etchings, engravings, letterpress and screen printed works of art.
Which succinctly described what the category encompasses. Only problem is the Printmaking section is getting cluttered with digital/giclee prints, which have their own section under Other Art/Prints and Digital Art. We can understand that if the digital prints are from an original linocut/screenprint/woodcut/etching/… then they could be included in the Printmaking section. But a great deal of the digital prints appearing are of watercolour artwork and have nothing to do with Original Printmaking.
Having this confusion with these misplaced artworks only ‘muddies’ the section and must lead to frustration when potential customers are looking for Original Printmaking techniques as the header description promises.
Is it possible @folksycontent @Folksyadmin that a spruce up of the section could be done? The problem might be resolved if the sub section titled ‘Other Prints’ be removed and a couple of new subsections added in it’s place to include Monoprints and Collographs?