Brilliant! carve a rolling pin for a continuous design. For youngers, draw a continuous on papaer roll!

carve a rolling pin for a continuous design. For youngers, draw a continuous on papaer roll! (smb: a large, unmounted stamp could also be glued (repositionable spray glue) onto rolling pin.

Mark making tools for Drawing II

Mark making tools for Drawing II - students scavenge, assemble, experiment, and make adjustments to tools until they are satisfied. Swatches are created for reference and eventual use in combination with other drawings. Let's do a nature craft night !

Rooftops - Mstislav Dobuzhinsky, etching, 1901

Mstislav Dobuzhinsky ~ Rooftops, 1901 (etching) The composition and use of varied of types of contouring lines are very appealing to me

Printing collagraph mono print Devon Hedge Bank. Lynn Bailey

Monoprint (as opposed to monotype) Printing collagraph mono print Devon Hedge Bank.

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Elsewhere: A New Art Technique to Try

A simple method for introducing print making to kids and for making DIY modern wall art. > or wrapping paper

Chrissy Norman - Artist & Printmaker - Etchings of Suffolk - Trees

Chrissy Norman - Artist & Printmaker - Etchings of Suffolk - Trees by susieteague

Jim Dine 'The Side View' 1996 etching

JIM DINE (American, b. The Side View 1986 etching, soft-ground etching, and drypoint on paper sheet: 47 x 44

Angela Brookes ~ Honesty II (etching, 45x51cm) could be a good sun dye project

'Honesty II' by British artist & printmaker Angela Brookes. Etching, 45 x via Greenwich Printmakers

Where the Curlew Cries by Hester Cox

This is a collagraph (print) titled "Where the Curlew Cries" by Yorkshire (UK) artist Hester Cox Pinner said: "Reminds me of the work of Tasmanian artist Betsy Gamble…"


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