Denise wrote up a great synopsis of my presentation this past Tuesday. Mono printing is really fun and has so many applications in fiber arts like making quilting fabric and making rad fabrics, papers and printed materials for incorporating into art! I’ve printed fabric and paper so far. I want to try flattened tin next. What else could I try?
Having been a very active member of my local quilt guild since 1997 I knew I would need to find a group to play with in our new location. There is a very small group that meets once a month at the Luling Art League and members take turns presenting something new. I like the idea that it is Fiber Arts – that will help get me out of my box!
Kelly is the organizer and she had recently attended the local SAQA meeting and was ready willing and able to share what they learned there. It was called mono print – we used a bray (a tool for rolling paint smooth) Glass and plexiglass but a jelly (sp) plate works better Kelly said.
Please note – while we used glass because it was what we had, care should be used if using glass not to press to hard as…
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Thanks for nudging me about buying some gelli plates. I had thought of making my own, but decided it was one more messy item I didn’t need.