In the 'Points of Contact Variations' and other prints and paintings of the same period he adopted his use of flat, dappled and linear motifs that were to become his signature. These forms are evidently organic complex shapes moving and pressing against one another. The subtle shift of earth colours and luminous blues lifting and falling within the image. Pasmore's is an independent visual language close to music and free from the representational of references of 'the mirror' or the landscape.
In 1964 Pasmore began working in Graphics with Kelpra Studios in London. Later etchings and aquatints are also available and include rare artist and printers proofs aside from the editions.
Point of Contact -Transformation No1
Silkscreen Artist proof
47 x 47cm
aside from the edition of 60 Kelpra London 1970