It will soon be time again for my art group’s annual retreat. So in preparation, Deb and I started the process for deconstructed screen printing. Deb will be writing a longer post about this over on the Felting and Fiber Studio in September so I won’t show you very many photos but this will give you a taste of what we did this morning.
We had seven screens to cover with dye and a bunch of different things to create texture in the screens. We worked outside since the process is kind of messy.
And here’s some of the screens drying. I am looking forward to how these screens will print. It is always a surprise with deconstructed screen printing as it has a mind of its own.
And while we were outside, I spotted these Columbine leaves turning colors. I love the color combination here. I can always find something inspirational in nature.
Hope you have a good weekend and thanks for stopping by.
The screens look interesting Ruth, and the leaf colours are gorgeous.
Thanks Lyn, yes, these type of screens are always interesting because the outcome is so variable.
Very cool prints. I like the variety of objects to create texture. I look forward to Deb’s post. I’ve never seen Columbine leaves. Nice!
Thanks Marilyn, we tried lots of new stuff for texture.
Looking forward to the full post.
I am in France enjoying cuddles with my 13mth grandson so plan on a great w/e.
Antje, enjoy your weekend 🙂