Fine Art Lithography
Lancaster always had a strong interest in drawing. He drew nonstop growing up, and even studied the techniques and images of the old masters. So when it came time to apply for college he was certain he would get into the drawing course to which he had applied at the University of Melbourne. He was, however, not admitted. It was then that someone suggested to him that he try printmaking, if he enjoyed drawing as much as he did this would give him a chance to exercise that interest. Lancaster started to hang around the print studio at the university and did a bit of etching, but it was when he first saw someone drawing on a “bloody big rock” that he knew he’d found his calling. He was hooked – and like the rest of us – he never looked back.