Wongan Hills trip

This silk scarf was done last year but I hadn’t photographed it before. It’s crepe d’chine, breakdown printed with Procion dyes. The texture object used to make the screen was the rubber doormat outside my studio door.
The silk/cotton scarf below, has been on my blog when in progress – it’s another breakdown print with the addition of 2 thermofax screens.
Next week I’m looking forward to doing a 2 day workshop with Kerr Grabowski who developed the deconstructed screen printing process. I have 2 of her DVDs which are excellent. I’m sometimes disappointed with DVDs but would highly recommend both of these.

The following pics are from our trip to Wongan Hills, 190 kms north east of Perth, last weekend. We wanted to see the exhibition as well as the wilflowers. Unfortunately the weather wasn’t kind to us – it was rainy and blowing a gale which made it very difficult to take photos.

I’ve also recently put a new post on the Designing Women blog – click on the link to see it.

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