Caught The Drawing Room's exhibit "Inventive Editions" of Alan Shields' prints. His work encompassed all types of printmaking from screenprinting to etching to lithography to woodcut and more, and he created his own formula for handmade paper. Pictured here--"Cocles"--the square standing in a wood frame--is a network of grids with screenprinting, flocking and collage. "Alice in Grayland" is serigraph, intaglio, stamping, stitching and collage on paper. Others here are woodcut, etching, relief, stitching, and collage on layers of handmade paper. I have also done some printmaking with collage so was inspired by the versatility of his work.