Mono Printing

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Sandra Pearce: Playing with monoprints

Playing with monoprints

In my studio last month I explored printing with some plants from my garden - a perennial silver bush (unable to be identified) and the flower heads from my Italian Parsley. It wasn't a complex printing session, but just a relaxing exploration of a couple of plants I wanted to try before I did some garden trimming. The flower heads were rather thick and juicy, so I first ran one through the press with butchers paper to get rid of some of the excess moisture. I then printed with it - the…

Breathe: Wen Redmond:

Breathe: Wen Redmond | Tea bag art, Leaf art, Art quilts

Breathe: Wen Redmond:

Great way to teach negative space

Great way to teach negative space

monoprint | by John Parkinson Illustration

monoprint

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Here's the Gelli Plate Tutorial you asked for! My Gelli plate has been well used and well loved. 1. Place Gelli Plate on a flat, co...

Gelli Plate Tutorial with Leaves

Here's the Gelli Plate Tutorial you asked for! My Gelli plate has been well used and well loved. 1. Place Gelli Plate on a flat...

Sandra Pearce: Making a travel journal, includes details of her travel supplies kit. (Small Gelli plate included)

Getting creative on Lord Howe Island

I've just returned from a blissful week on Lord Howe Island, off the NSW Coast of Australia. Lord Howe Island is a small volcanic island, dominated by two mountains, and rich with bird life and tropical plants. Mobile phones don't work on the island and there's very limited internet access, so as well as being a beautiful place to be, its also a rare opportunity to step away from electronic gadgetry and take a breath of fresh air. And of course, being the eager artist, I packed my 2kg of art…