Re: Picasso screenprinting
Please post those lino cuts, I'd love to see them. I can't stand any water based inks, because I'm a Litho guy everything I print is with Litho inks, it's like oil painting with large rollers. Oil based printing inks must be added to trans base, they are just so concentrated, and intense, I never buy anything smaller than 5lb cans of trans base, some of my inks have been with me since I finished college in 87, but you really go thru the trans base.
Some of Picasso's art looked like a five year old's work. It's such a hard thing to put your finger on, we relish the honesty and drive of a child when they create, worts and all, its so pure. Then as adults we try to somehow rise above it, but speaking personally I love seeing mistakes and the humanity it conjures, we all have flaws.