Here is one more picture showing another angle.
Earlier this month two of my extraTexture friends came over.
With our big screens we created pieces using the Deconstructed Screen Printing process.
During the first or second pull, it is difficult to tell how much “pulling” is required so we peeped. And we were happy with the results.
Here is a sample of one screen we used, changing from using print paste without dye, then adding (blue) dye print paste to see what happened.
We were quite happy with how these images turned out. Barbara & Cindy took their pieces home to batch – it will be a surprize to see the outcome, when we next meet.
What a thrill!
My three entries into the annual Berowa Rotary Art & Craft Exhibition all sold during the opening night!
Each of the framed pieces were similar in design except for the colour and texture. I worked these on painted fusible web, applied to fabric & wire form, stitched heavily by machine to produce texture and shape. The technique was one of the many that Sandra Meech taught our class in her wonderful workshop for ATASDA NSW in Sydney. Sandra is one of the best teachers I know – very gifted as an artist and very good at teaching.
I believe the flautist who played at tonight’s opening, was the purchaser. As a lover of flute music (I once auditioned to undertake lessons on a flute – but life got in the way), I am pleased as punch that my pieces are going to a deserving home.
Here is a photo of one of the pieces.