A big thank you to all the lovely people who visited our open studio during the arts trail. We enjoyed meeting you all & everyone was so friendly, positive and happy to be out and about. Here are a few photos. A few of my recent makes for the open studio:
I managed to get in another gelli printing session last week – some leaf prints & purchased stencils. Photo 2 is done with kale seed pods. I made a thermofax screen from a photocopy of them too (below) Haven’t had a chance to print it yet. a new fabric collage which will be mounted onto a canvas […]
I’m a member of the Gelatin Printing Enthusiasts Facebook Group which was started by Michele Reynolds, another WA hills artist. It now has over 1,500 members all over the world and I’m really enjoying being a member because it’s a very active group with people prepared to share their work and techniques – lots of […]
Above: multi layered prints using stencils & stamps. The circle print is an exercise from the online course I was doing – playing with transparency and printing shapes – not quite sure where to go with it next. Below using the leftover same translucent paints to print in my visual diary. I made some glue […]
I Yesterday I started a short online course: Gelli Printing Plus with Carla Sonheim. These are a few of my early results. I’m enjoying painting on the Gelli plate. The last pic was just using up some left over paint but it will make a nice background or collage paper.
A couple of new Gelli prints in my sketchbook. The 1st has some collage added. The 2nd is overlapped prints using stencils. Then I decided to cut a new stencil from drafting film. I’ll be using it with my Gelli plate, so I cut away 1 side – it can be used as a stencil […]
I’m involved in a postcard swap with the Aust/NZ art quilt Yahoo group – the topic is gelatine printing. Here are a few of mine.