Architect Jim Flook attended the July workshop on Skopelos and set himself the task of making 9 etching plates based on the local architecture. As all the plates were the same dimensions, Jim was then able to combine the images in an almost endless number of permutations. Here are the first 6 variations, printed by Jim on the island. Mats has since editioned seven variations for Jim. If you’d like one, he can be contacted on jflook@greenwayproperty.com.au We have also printed up two editions of his partner Angela’s beautiful drypoints from Skopelos too. These are also available for sale through her on ahayson@ahid.com.au