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 […]
equipment for thermofax printing sunflower image architecture image I’m doing a demo and information session on thermofax printing at the WAFTA workday at Craft House Menora this Friday morning 5th September. I’ll have some new and a few used screens for sale too. This is not a hands on workshop – just a chance to […]
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.
Today I finished this 12″x 12″ quilt. It was started last year but abandoned. I thought it might be suitable for a challenge issued by the SAQA Oceania Facebook group I’m a member of. The challenge was to research unity and make a small quilt using that design principle. So I used circles, repetition, a […]
A couple of pages in my visual diary – I’ve used my Gelli plate as a stamp and rolled excess paint onto the page.
This is my cleanup sheet, it’s quite nice too. Below Gelli prints on paper.
We’ve had several days of lovely spring-like weather and I’ve been in the studio doing some Gelli printing on iron-on interfacing as seen on the Gelli blog. Back left of the pic is my sketchbook. Interfacing is harder to print on than paper or smooth fabric – I found a few layers of printing worked […]
This is from yesterday when I was diverted from doing exhibition work or a bird for our display at the craft fair next weekend – I like the colours but have put it away for now. Above: a previous 1 I’ve been working on – all my hand dyed & some hand printed fabrics. Have […]
Organza is difficult to photograph but here are a couple of pics. I have 3 different weights in handwoven Cambodian silk as well as some other silk organza. The Cambodian silk is lovely – a more open weave, which will give a nice variety when it’s all pieced together. Below: on the print table before […]